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One cat crossing the road in Kennesaw, Georgia used up one of his nine lives and didn't even realize it. Dash cam footage shows that a car nearly flattened the cat, who was in the middle of the road with its head stuck in a cup. Good thing the brakes on that car are really good.

Next, Hope For Paws doesn't just save dogs, they're proud kitten rescuers as well. Poor Molly the kitten fell down a sewer and was too afraid to come back out. Maybe she made friends with the spiders and ants? Still, she was saved and cleaned up. She smelled so nice, even a dog wanted to play around with her!

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