Cat stuck on a beam saved by Enfield officer

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An officer received a call of a cat stuck on a beam in Enfield early Friday morning. 

At 6 a.m., an officer from the Enfield police department was dispatched to Bigelow Commons for a cat stuck on a beam. The police officer was assisted by Bigelow Commons maintenance worker Dan H. to retrieve the cat. 

Both were able to safely get the cat off of the ledge and to safety. 

Pictures of the event can be seen on their Facebook post below. 
 

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