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Re: Cats in trees
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Re: Cats in trees ()

Tom Dunlap
A friend of mine in Chicago took down a huge silver maple with a hollow trunk. When they got the top down he looked down in the hollow trunk and saw bones. Kinda scary. They stopped and told the client...they had wondered what had happened to their dog so many ears ago...true story, not Twilight Zone

When I do any cat resuce I use a glove that i buddy showed me. Thick welding glove to start. Then theres a sleeve attached with the large open end up by my chest. I grab the cat I then flip the sleeve inside out, like a pillow cas, and the ct calms down.

Touch wood...my noggin...I've never been bitten scratched or worst...sprayed!

Got paid $500 one time for an easy rescue with a friendly cat...shoot...treework doesn't pay THAT weel!

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