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Hanford fire fighters save kitten from front fender of car
HANFORD, Calif. (KFSN) -- Some Hanford firefighters are proving no job is too big for them after they saved a little kitten. They said the animal wedged itself in the front fender of the car.
Fire crews even had to take one of the front tires off the car to get to the kitty and get him out. But we are happy to report the kitten is doing okay.
If you're interested in adopting this cat, contact Hanford Police Department Animal Control.
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