LIVERMORE (PATCH/CBS SF) — A fearful feline was rescued Thursday from a drainage pipe near the San Francisco Outlets in Livermore, fire officials said.
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At first, Livermore-Pleasanton firefighters were unsuccessful in freeing the kitten, which was found trapped in the pipe about three feet underground.READ MORE: 2 Men Shot Outside High School Football Game in Campbell
“The mom cat was off to the side hiding in the bushes watching the whole operation,” Battalion Chief Jack Neiman-Kimel told Patch. “Her other two kittens were captured and given to the Feral Cat Foundation of Contra Costa and Alameda Counties for adoption.”
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