In San Francisco, a team of firefights were alerted that they would not be able to keep their cat on premises any longer. Edna, their kitty, was used to a life of luxury with her friends.
According to employees at Station 49 on Evans Avenue in Bayshore, an anonymous complaint was lodged about Edna in which they were warned to "get rid of the cat," or else animal control would be called.
Edna was a feral cat when she first started visiting the station four years ago. From then on she became a much-loved part of the station family and has been with them ever since.
"With all the firefighting and emergency runs, I would think the higher-ups would realize how valuable the kitty is to these brave people. There's nothing more relaxing than a kitty in your lap purring."
"The stress that happens in the human body is real bad and a cat will love on them and provide the stress releasing [hormones] to keep them strong and healthy.
"I for one protest their plans of eviction of Edna unless of course, they would like to rub the firefighters and EMT's shoulders and chase the rats and mice that inhibit the station themselves," the commenter continued.
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