NYPD Officer Rescues Kitten, Finds It a New Home

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  1. Revmitchell

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    An NYPD officer not only rescued a kitten - he found it a new home!

    Officer John Passarella is being hailed as a hero for helping pull a desperately meowing kitten from the engine block of a minivan in Brooklyn on Friday afternoon.

    The five-year vet — who also works as a volunteer firefighter in Queens — was able to reach under the vehicle and get a hold of the frightened feline. He said the little critter was not more than one or two-months-old.

    Passarella then helped find the kitten a new home. A fellow cop adopted the adorable animal and named it “Pazzy,” after its hero in blue.


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    As I've said before, white people view the police as those folks who get their cats out of trees. That's not how they are viewed by most Blacks.
     
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    And I thought that Zaac was going to say something about white cats...:smilewinkgrin:
     
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    Black Privilege talking.
     
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    Some see: News / Current Racist Events
     
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    Most see cops for what they are which is correctly displayed in the op. Saul Alinskyites see cops for nothing more than how they want them portrayed to suit a political agenda.

    What we are seeing by one of them in this thread is a tactic from Sauls rules for radicals.


    RULE 10: “If you push a negative hard enough, it will push through and become a positive.

    RULE 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions.
     
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    These stories are cute and all, but I don't get why they are news. This is just normal human behavior. Most of us have rescued an animal, stopped to play a game with kids, quietly pay someone else's electric bill or slip them money when we see the need, buy coats and blankets for homeless people, and do some volunteer work on top of our jobs. We don't have stories printed about it. That's just how the average human goes about life.
    ???
     
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    Your key word was "most."

    These posts are a response to the flood of "cops are terrorists" threads.

    For example, the McKinney, TX incident: 1 cop behaved poorly. 11 other cops behaved professionally. The response? "Cops are terrorists."

    They may not seem newsworthy; but these stories are reminders that "most" cops are like "most" people.
     
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    They want dirty laundry.
     

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