Letter to the Editor: Cat-astrophy averted

Posted 5/15/18

On May 9, thanks to the valiant efforts of Officer V. Burton of Wheat Ridge Police and the Arvada Fire EMS crew, we were able to rescue my neighbor’s yellow-striped tomcat who had somehow managed …

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Letter to the Editor: Cat-astrophy averted

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On May 9, thanks to the valiant efforts of Officer V. Burton of Wheat Ridge Police and the Arvada Fire EMS crew, we were able to rescue my neighbor’s yellow-striped tomcat who had somehow managed to get himself wedged between the phone lines twenty feet up on the pole, just hanging there; he seemed to have given up, was drooping in the heat and looked like his 9th life was up. Back down on the ground he was in fine fettle once more.

Roger Fransson,
Wheat Ridge

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