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Owl trapped in barbed wire fence rescued by Animal Control


NORTH BRANFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Animal Control came to the rescue in North Branford!

An owl is now safe and in good hands after being stuck in a neighbor’s barbed wire fence for hours.

With the help of some neighbors, an Animal Control officer cut the owl free.

Officials say the owl will go through rehab for about a week at a local animal shelter before being released back into the wild.

Great job to everyone who helped this owl out!

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