Police say they received a call for a cat stuck in a sewer in Kensington on Monday.READ MORE: Driver Wanted After Jeep Plowed Into Family On Bronx Sidewalk; 'Car Sped Up To Hit Us,' Witness Says
When they got there, they removed a manhole cover, then saw the kitten floating on a Gatorade bottle.
Update: Officer Blomquist & Officer Frevola took the kitten to ACC and is currently in foster care. They named the kitten Splinter.READ MORE: Suffolk County Police Looking For 2 Missing Teens From Lindenhurst
Officer Blomquist is in the process of adopting Splinter.
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One of the officers climbed down the sewer and rescued the little guy, who police named “Splinter.”MORE NEWS: Gottlieb Says US Needs New Vaccine Strategy As Pace Of Shots Lags
That officer is now in the process of adopting Splinter.