Cop helps rescue orange kitten from sewer
You can call him the Cat Whisperer. Officer Meowington. Enough?
Hamilton, Ohio, police officer Jon Habig helped rescue an adorable orange kitten from a sewer -- and to add to the cuteness, he adopted it, too.
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Not sure if we can handle the cuteness of this story.
Our own Officer Habig rescued this little guy from a sewer Friday and adopted him as his own. pic.twitter.com/H6wvLgUi6U— Hamilton Ohio Police (@HamiltonOhioPD) September 14, 2015
Although the officer can't get all the credit. A worker at the street department helped remove the drain cover and actually got the kitten out.
The Internet has a thing for uniformed officials rescuing cute, tiny animals.
Earlier this month, an officer in Tampa, Florida, helped rescue a kitten from a manhole.
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You won't believe what this tiny kangaroo looks like today