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We soon learned the cat was mobile and would run from us. It would make for an interesting rescue.
When we arrived, we were not sure if the cat was stuck, if it would stay put or if it would run from us.
As can be seen, our working space was very tight. The cat is by the down spout.
The patch of fur is a cat that had been on the roof of a triple decker in Hyde Park for 3 days.
We were able to capture the unhappy, timid cat and remove the cup.
After a lengthy search, found the cat with the cup on its head under this trailer in Middleboro. (cup is on cat)
The bird on Huntington Ave is a woodcock. It looks like it flew into a window. It will be sent to rehab.
These adorable little, orphaned kittens were found on a back porch in East Boston. Mom has not been seen for days.
This injured barred owl was found in Pepperell and transported to Tufts Wildlife for care.
This domestic duck was rescued at Fellsmere Pond in Malden. It was probably dumped there by someone.
I can see why he was there. Look at the view the opossum had. He was not happy to leave.
This opossum was hanging out at the penthouse suite of a building under construction in JP.
As can be seen, a lot of branches and a very tight fit through some of them.
The tree that the cat was in yesterday in Marshfield was not a fun one to climb.
The injured bird in Everett, turned out to be a flicker. We do not see too many of them.
Look what someone found in a box at a park in Brighton today. Baby squirrels!!
The heron safely in the crate and getting ready to transport back to the building for an examination.
The final step before getting the heron in the crate.
The bird is almost out of the net. The rescuer is controlling the bill, as it can still do lots of damage.
We almost have the heron out of the net.
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