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    Feral Cat With Tin Can Stuck on Head Rescued
    Linda Brackett
    This cat was found in a business parking lot along Route 44 in Raynham, Massachusetts, on Thursday with a tin can stuck on its head

    A feral cat whose head was stuck in a tin can was rescued along Route 44 in Massachusetts.

    McGee Chevrolet employees in Raynham confirm they found a black and white cat with a tin can stuck on its head while it was walking around the company's parking lot and crashing into things on Thursday.

    Animal control officials said they were brought in to help, and eventually the cat was captured and taken to a veterinarian's office.

    The feral male cat, which has since been named Campbell after Campbell Soup, is recovering at the vet's office and then will be released in an appropriate area with a feral cat feeder where he can easily get food.

    Firefighters Save Dog With Help From Girl Scouts

    [DFW] Firefighters Save Dog With Help From Girl Scouts

    A good deed from last year is paying dividends today and a dog's life is saved. Girl scouts, Hailey and Kiley, donated pet oxygen masks to the Bakersfield Fire Department in California last year. Tuesday morning when firefighters rescued a dog from a burning house, they used the specialized mask to save the little guy. Jack became alert and was then transported to a veterinary hospital where he continues to recover. Jack's family and the fire department are all grateful for that life-saving gift from two girl scouts.

    (Published Friday, July 21, 2017)

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