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Unexpected Backup Arrives While Bakersfield Deputy Responds to a Call

Unexpected Backup Arrives While Bakersfield Deputy Responds to a Call

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – A cat made friends with a Kern County Sheriff’s deputy responding to a call in the 200 block of East McCord in Bakersfield on Sunday.


The deputy arrived to investigate suspicious circumstances, and after handling the call, spoke with a driver who was in her car. As Deputy Ramirez spoke with the citizen, a cat began climbing up his pants leg. He attempted to shake the cat off, but the cat continued to climb up his leg eventually ending up on his shoulder. The cat remained on his shoulder during the entire conversation with the driver.

The cat referred to by the officer as Deputy Mittens was pet and eventually, released at the scene.

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