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Fayette Humane Society's officers helped rescue a cat on Tuesday.
Fayette Humane Society's officers helped rescue a cat on Tuesday.
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On Tuesday afternoon, Fayette Humane Society’s Humane Officer Brad Adams was dispatched to Jeffersonville in regards to a cat inside of a small dumpster with a can stuck on her head. The caller stated that the cat was in distress.


Before Officer Adams arrived, the cat had crawled out of the dumpster and into an alleyway, according to citizens. Adams sedated the cat at the scene to help her relax and to lower her stress level before pulling the can away from her head. The cat was brought back to the Humane Society’s surgery suite where Officer Danyel Bageant gave her oxygen and fluids.


“When this kitty has recovered from her ordeal, we plan to bring her into one of our programs where she will be health checked and spayed,” said Executive Director Dr. Lee Shrader. “We hope to find her the perfect home.”


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