Hartford police officers rescue sick cat

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Hartford police rescued a feline friend on Thursday.

According to officials, Officer Brittany Wasilewski and Detective Brando Flores were driving on Allen Place when they saw a stray cat.

The officials noticed it appeared to look sick and had an eye infection.

The officers stopped and took the cat to animal control.

The cat was then treated by a veterinarian.

Authorities hope it will be put up for adoption.


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