STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Origin of the Surprised Kitty
Earlier I linked to the Surprised Kitten, an internet sensation that, like the Dramatic Chipmunk and the Dancing Hamsters, have become a bizarre "everyone's seen it" kind of thing.
Much to m... Posted on 12/4/09 at 9:04 AM
Rebekah Johnson, Jamestown Police Department animal control officer, holds a kitten that was rescued from a Jamestown storm drain Thursday. The kitten has been cleaned up, given veterinarian care and nicknamed “Drano.”
(John M. Steiner/The Sun)
A call from the Moorhead pound alerted CATS Cradle Shelter to a new arrival who had to be seen to be believed.
Shelter directors Carol Stefonek and Gail Ventzke were stunned when they first laid eyes on Corky, a 7-month-old kitten whose hind legs are backward and crisscrossed.
It was Roto-Rooter to the rescue for a kitten that got stuck in an outdoor drainage pipe near Cleveland.
The plumbing and drain service was called in Friday by workers at an Ohio firm. Someone spotted the kitten down an outside pipe, but other agencies either declined to help or didn’t answer their phones.
July 30, 2008
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