Kitten rescued in Galion


Aaron Mullins of New Winchester attempts to bring a stray, two-month old kitten down from a tree near Geyer’s Markets, 230 Portland Way N, in Galion on Jan. 15. The kitten was among four strays that live near the shopping plaza. Bill Miller said he and his ex-wife, Linda, take care of the strays in that area, finding homes and keeping them warm during the winter. He hired Young’s Tree Service and Removal for $100 to rescue the cat because the Galion Fire Department does not assist with removing cats from trees. GFD Fire Chief Phil Jackson said it’s a safety issue for the firefighters and for the community.


Aaron Mullins of New Winchester attempts to bring a stray, two-month old kitten down from a tree near Geyer’s Markets, 230 Portland Way N, in Galion on Jan. 15. The kitten was among four strays that live near the shopping plaza. Bill Miller said he and his ex-wife, Linda, take care of the strays in that area, finding homes and keeping them warm during the winter. He hired Young’s Tree Service and Removal for $100 to rescue the cat because the Galion Fire Department does not assist with removing cats from trees. GFD Fire Chief Phil Jackson said it’s a safety issue for the firefighters and for the community.

Aaron Mullins of New Winchester attempts to bring a stray, two-month old kitten down from a tree near Geyer’s Markets, 230 Portland Way N, in Galion on Jan. 15. The kitten was among four strays that live near the shopping plaza. Bill Miller said he and his ex-wife, Linda, take care of the strays in that area, finding homes and keeping them warm during the winter. He hired Young’s Tree Service and Removal for $100 to rescue the cat because the Galion Fire Department does not assist with removing cats from trees. GFD Fire Chief Phil Jackson said it’s a safety issue for the firefighters and for the community.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_DSC_0051-1.jpgAaron Mullins of New Winchester attempts to bring a stray, two-month old kitten down from a tree near Geyer’s Markets, 230 Portland Way N, in Galion on Jan. 15. The kitten was among four strays that live near the shopping plaza. Bill Miller said he and his ex-wife, Linda, take care of the strays in that area, finding homes and keeping them warm during the winter. He hired Young’s Tree Service and Removal for $100 to rescue the cat because the Galion Fire Department does not assist with removing cats from trees. GFD Fire Chief Phil Jackson said it’s a safety issue for the firefighters and for the community.

Reach Klein at 419-468-1117, ext. 2048 or on Twitter at @brandoneklein.

Reach Klein at 419-468-1117, ext. 2048 or on Twitter at @brandoneklein.

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