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Panther rescued after days from a long utility pole

'Panther' the cat rescued after days-long utility pole perch

Key Takeaway:

  • For at least two days and more, residents of a suburban Denver neighborhood were worried about the life of a black cat called Panther, who was perched atop a 36-foot on a utility pole.
  • The cat went missing and was first spotted atop the pole on Wednesday.

For at least two days and more, residents of a suburban Denver neighborhood were worried about the life of a black cat called Panther, who was perched atop a 36-foot on a utility pole.

The cat went missing and was first spotted atop the pole on Wednesday. Image: moosejawtoday

Panther stayed to put the efforts by his co-owner, Alexis Soberanis, and others to coax him down in Aurora. Sentinel Colorado reports that neither pleading nor the enticement of food did the trick.

This week, the cat went missing and was first spotted atop the pole on Wednesday.

“Everybody’s been just like, ‘Put the food down, and it’ll come down eventually,'” said Aurora resident Meadows on Friday morning, when the city got its first snow of the season. “That isn’t going to happen.”

Meadows said she and other neighbors called Xcel Energy and Aurora animal control for support.

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“Everyone says they can not do anything,” Meadows said.

According to another utility, standard practice gives cats time to make their way back down on their own, Sentinel reported.

News of Panther’s plight reached Aurora Council member Curtis Gardner, and city officials dispatched a ladder truck Friday afternoon. After getting the car into place, firefighters saved the cat. Panther seemed desperate to step into a pet carrier.

Kimberly Medina, another Panther owner, said he had always been allowed outside.

No more, she said: “Never.”

Source-CTV News

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