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Tito the cat found himself stuck in a tree in Dedham. The Animal Rescue League helped him out.

Tito the cat bought himself caught in a tree close to his Dedham house, however fortunately for him, the Animal Rescue League of Boston was there to assist.

A photograph posted on ARL’s Twitter reveals Tito wanting down at his savior, a discipline companies group member who made his approach up the tree to assist.

Tito, a cat from #Dedham, MA discovered himself in excessive state of affairs after getting caught in a tree close to his house. Our Field Services group performed a tree rescue and was in a position to safely, fortunately reunite this man along with his household. #ARLHappyTails pic.twitter.com/31GluUxKlV

— Animal Rescue League (@ARLBostonRescue) October 6, 2019

“Tito, a cat from #Dedham, MA found himself in high situation after getting stuck in a tree near his home,” the tweet learn. “Our Field Services team conducted a tree rescue and was able to safely, happily reunite this guy with his family. #ARLHappyTails”

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