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Cat's feet stuck in sink drain hole

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KUALA LUMPUR: A female cat had to endure severe pain when its paws were stuck in a sink drain hole at a house in Rawang today.
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Cat's feet stuck in sink drain hole
Today's news in pictures - Thursday, Sept 28, 2023
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