“At first he thought they were throwing garbage,” said AC&C spokesman Richard Gentles. “Then he realized it was a kitten.” The fast acting agent jumped out of his vehicle and managed to rescue the kitten, who fortunately was not tossed so far that they fell off the bridge. The Russian Blue kitty, now dubbed Verrazano, is fine and will soon be up for adoption. If you are interested in adopting Verrazano or happened to see the bastard person nightmare human who chucked the defenseless cat, contact New York City Animal Care & Control at email@example.com.
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