Thursday, July 11, 2019

In the News: iguana rescued from tree

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Wednesday was Day 5 for an iguana trapped high atop a tree on homeowner Cynthia Mulvey’s property on King Street.

She had called animal control, the state Environmental Police and reptile experts over the past week, but to no avail.

Taking matters into her own hands, she scheduled a tree removal company to come by in the next few days to save the iguana, who was lounging on a tree branch and surviving off a diet of leaves.

But early Wednesday morning, the elusive and lonely reptile was saved – thanks to an Environmental Police officer, who heard about her situation on the news. The officer arrived with a Franklin police officer to get the job done."
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