Still an animal

Barn cat on electrical pole rescued in Arnprior.

It happened Wednesday, April 28, across from Sparton Gardens nurseries near the corner of Upper Dwyer Hill and Kinburn Side roads in West Carleton. The business, along with homes and farms along the road had their power cut for the better part of the morning.
“Some farmers will be upset with us, I know,” said Arnprior-based OSPCA Agent Valerie Hemphill. “It’s still an animal, and it’s what we do.”

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