Police came up with THIS brilliant idea to rescue a cat stuck in a tree
This poor cat found himself stuck in a tree 20 feet up from the creek. He was too scared to come down until two police officers spotted him.
Officer TJ Markowsky of the La Vista Police Department in Nebraska reported on his twitter that he and Officer Harold Rappold found a cat stranded on a Central Park tree around midnight.
They knew they had to do something to get the cat out of the tree safely, so they came up with a brilliant idea.
Clearly having an understanding of cat culture, officer Rappold whipped out his Taser and used the device’s laser to guide the cat onto a bulletproof shield and into safety.
They took the kitty to the local Humane Society and a few days later, he was adopted according to Huffington Post.
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via Love Meow
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