Four kittens rescued in Freeport
FREEPORT, N.Y. (WABC) -- Four kittens proved they have nine lives after a close call on Long Island Saturday.
The kittens fell into a canal in Freeport, but they were able to make their way onto a narrow ledge.
They sat there until a neighbor with a crabbing net came to the rescue.
She scooped the kittens up and took them to safety.
Neighbors plan to keep the kittens until the owner is found.
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