Beachwood Police, Firefighters Rescue Cat from Roof of Two-Story Home

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BEACHWOOD-A Beachwood cat owner was reunited with his feline after it was rescued from the roof of their two-story home in this Toms River area community.  Beachwood Police and firefighters from Station 16,  Beachwood Volunteer Fire Department responded to the call on Labor Day.

“All lives matter, in this case it’s a cat that was stuck on the roof of a two-story home,” the Beachwood Police Department said.  “With the help of the Beachwood Volunteer Fire Company the cat was safely returned to its owner. Great work by our Fire Chief Roger Hull who brought the cat to its owner.”


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