by Duluth News Tribune
March 31, 2011 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Minnesota Department of Transportation employee Christopher Smith was just doing his job clearing debris on the sidewalk near the center of the Bong Bridge about 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Tags: animals, pets, Police 7 Comments »
I want to shake their hand and buy them lunch. Great story.
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What a wonderful thing to read….there are wonderful and decent people in the world and these guys are among them ! Your character shines through when you do things that are right…..but that you wouldn’t necessarily have to do and nobody would know the difference.
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What would someone have to do to get thumbs up from dead inside? Three miracles and a blessing?
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Finally! Some good news about state workers. The cat still looks hungry!
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This is one time, when letting the cat out of the bag, is a good thing.
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why would someone “thumb down” this article? I believe that “thumb down” means you disagree with the writer? does it mean anything else?
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I am so Thankful that the men were there and saved that poor cat, God Bless you for being so caring. I found the article very touching, I hope the cat spend the rest of his days being well taken care of. I cannot Thank the rescuers enough. The happy ending made my day!
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