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Little kitten trapped in storm sewer in Columbia, KY needs help

With rains from Hurricane Isaac coming in, the situation is urgent, writer says
Writer did not send contact information or location. If you know about this situation, please contact us at 270-250-2730. Please. - ED

CM has received a letter about the plight of a tiny kitten stuck in a storm drain system in Columbia, KY, which she has been feeding, but has been unable to get any help to rescue the tiny creature. She's feeding it now, she says, but hopes it will get help in the next couple of days. "If you could only hear its cries every night," she writes. "A plea for help and a plea for life!"

The urgency, she says, is that rains from Hurricane Isaac are due soon. "It won't make it through that. It will drown. Won't someone help him? All life is precious. None can be replaced."

Unfortunately, we do not have a phone number or contact information for the writer, and she did not send the location of the storm sewer where the kitten is trapped. With that information, we're certain the right authorities or animal lovers could rescue the trapped sewer kitty. -EW 270-250-2730.

This story was posted on 2012-08-30 07:24:17
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