This 911 operator answered a call and saved more lives than she ever expected
It started off as a typical work day for Shauna Rogers, when she arrived at the Valley Communications Center in Kent, Washington.
Little did she know that she was about to save a bunch of furry little lives.
“It was one of the first calls I took that day,” Rogers told Q13 Fox News. “A man said he had found a box with five abandoned kittens.”
“It was Saturday, so our animal control officers weren’t on duty. I was wondering what the officer is going to do with all these kittens,” Rogers said. “I could hear them crying in the background. You could tell they were very little.”
See the video below of the heartwarming story! :)
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