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A tiny kitten, just three weeks old, was rescued from inside an Abraham Lincoln statue in Clermont, Florida. The mystery is how did the little thing get in there? They had to cut open the statue in the back, and hoist a rescuer down in there to get the kitten.
The good news is he was rescued and is just a little dehydrated and will likely be adopted by the curator of the place where he was found: President's Hall of Fame. His name: Abe.
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