QUEENS — Police fished a cat out of a sewer drain in Queens, cuddling the sopping-wet grey feline after the rescue, according to a photo posted by the NYPD on Twitter Tuesday.
"Nice job on the combined efforts of a 105 team and PO Rios of ESU rescuing a cat from a sewer drain!" read a tweet posted Tuesday in the precinct's page.
Nice job on the combined efforts of a 105 team and PO Rios of ESU rescuing a cat from a sewer drain! pic.twitter.com/9TaedDBZe9— NYPD 105th Precinct (@NYPD105Pct) May 17, 2016
Information about the cat's health condition or its owner was not immediately available.
This was the second cat rescued in Queens in less than a month. In early May, police from the 104 Precinct rescued a black kitten from an engine.
If anyone knows the owner of this cat please contact us! (718)-386-3004 & Cadet Bicacki will answer the phone pic.twitter.com/GDHOq6bKiF
— NYPD 104th Precinct (@NYPD104Pct) May 5, 2016