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Kitten in the drywall

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Clark County Animal Control | september 20, 2012 | 6:23 PM

Reporter Joe Schoenmann and I recently rode along with Clark County animal control officer Darryl Duncan. A call came in about a cat that needed to be picked up at an apartment complex. That kitten—pictured here—was probably born inside a hole in a maintenance room’s drywall. Workers heard meowing from the wall area and left out a bowl of cat food. This kitten might have had an eye infection, so they called animal control.

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