‘Panther’ saves the cat after sitting on a power pole for days

For at least two days and possibly more, residents of the suburbs Denver Neighborhoods worry about the fate of a black cat named Panther perched atop a 36-foot (11-meter) electric pole.

Panther stayed despite the efforts of his co-owner, Alexis Soberanis, and the others to coax him down to Aurora. Sentinel Colorado reports that there is no need to beg or entice about food.

The cat went missing earlier this week and was first discovered on top of police on Wednesday.

“Everybody was like, ‘Put the food down and it will eventually fall,’” Aurora resident Jessica Meadows said Friday morning, as the city received its first snow of the season. “That won’t happen.”

Meadows said she and other neighbors called animal control agencies Aurora and Xcel Energy for help.

“Everybody said there was nothing they could do,” Meadows said.

According to another utility, standard practice is to give cats time to step back on their own, Sentinel Colorado reported.

News of the Panther’s plight reached Aurora Councilman Curtis Gardner and city officials dispatched a ladder truck later Friday afternoon. After the truck was in position, firefighters rescued the cat. Panther seemed eager to get into a pet van.

Kimberly Medina, another Panther co-owner, said he is always allowed to go out.

Not anymore, she said: “Never.” ‘Panther’ saves the cat after sitting on a power pole for days


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