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Tiny kitten rescued from Abraham Lincoln statue
FLORIDA (WABC) -- The rescue of a kitten in Florida is really one for the history books.
People started hearing meows coming from a statue of Abraham Lincoln at the President's Hall of Fame.
It turned out that a little 3-week-old kitten was trapped inside for three days.
Firefighters were able to get inside the statue and save the kitten.
The curator of the museum has named him Abe and plans to adopt him.
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