Palm Bay Firefighter Theresa Acker Saves Kitten From Storm Drain, Taken To Animal Shelter

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WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADOPT 'STORMY'?

The Palm Bay Fire Department’s Truck 1 rescued a kitten from the storm drain in front of the old Radio Shack on Babcock Street on Monday afternoon. Firefighter Theresa Acker, above, retrieved the kitten from the storm drain, and then named him “Stormy.” (PBFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Fire Department’s Truck 1 rescued a kitten from the storm drain in front of the old Radio Shack on Babcock Street on Monday afternoon.

Firefighter Theresa Acker retrieved the kitten from the storm drain, according to Palm Bay Police Lt. Mike Bandish.

Firefighters nicknamed the kitten “Stormy,” who was taken to the Brevard County Animal Shelter on Sarno Road.

If the owner doesn’t claim “Stormy,” the kitten will be put up for adoption.

Anyone interested in adopting Stormy should reference this number #A745272.

The Palm Bay Fire Department’s Truck 1 rescued a kitten from the storm drain in front of the old Radio Shack on Babcock Street on Monday afternoon. Firefighter Theresa Acker, above, retrieved the kitten from the storm drain, and then named him “Stormy.” (PBFR image)

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