NYPD officer adopts kittens rescued from the Brooklyn sewer

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A kitten was saved in Brooklyn thanks to the work of two NYPD officers.

Police said they received a call in Kensington on Monday for a cat stuck in a sewer.

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When they got there, they removed a manhole cover and saw the kitten floating on a Gatorade bottle.

Update: Officer Blomquist & Officer Frevola have brought the kitten to ACC and are currently under care. They named the kitten Splinter.
Officer Blomquist is about to adopt Splinter.

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One of the officers climbed into the sewer and rescued the little man whom the police called “Splinter”.

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This officer is in the process of adopting Splinter.

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