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  • Kitten rescued from the grille of a Miami-Dade police car

    An officer driving an unmarked police car heard the cries of a kitten coming from the grille of his car and drove straight to the department’s fleet management. It took technicians about an hour to rescue the kitten, and it is now up for adoption at Miami-Dade Animal Services.

An officer driving an unmarked police car heard the cries of a kitten coming from the grille of his car and drove straight to the department’s fleet management. It took technicians about an hour to rescue the kitten, and it is now up for adoption at Miami-Dade Animal Services. Video: Miami-Dade Police Edit: Mario Mateo Reporter: Carli Teproff
An officer driving an unmarked police car heard the cries of a kitten coming from the grille of his car and drove straight to the department’s fleet management. It took technicians about an hour to rescue the kitten, and it is now up for adoption at Miami-Dade Animal Services. Video: Miami-Dade Police Edit: Mario Mateo Reporter: Carli Teproff

A cop hears a cry from his car. And the mechanic pulls out a kitten.

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