NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Missouri police officer stepped in to save a life and ended up getting a new family member.
Officer Jason Smith noticed a tiny kitten on a barrier wall and called for backup to get traffic under control around the area.
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Despite his heroics, the kitten was not thrilled about being taken to safety until it reached the comforts of the patrol car. Once inside, the kitten calmed down and made a new friend.
After being checked out by a vet, the kitten was adopted by Smith's family and named Bella.
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