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Mission Viejo Animal Services Officer rescues three kittens trapped at a high school campus

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Three stray kittens have a new lease on life after being rescued by a Mission Viejo Animal Services Officer this week.

On Tuesday, Animal Services Officer Galeano responded to Laguna Hills High School after school officials reported that kittens were stuck between a window and retaining wall on campus. 

Officer Galeano immediately sprang into action and was able to rescue three 2-month-old domestic cats. The kittens, two females and a male, were transported to our Animal Services Center where they will receive care, become socialized with the help of staff and volunteers and then be available for adoption. Thank you to all involved for ensuring a happy ending! 

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