Scott Hardie | July 13, 2002
BILLINGS, Mont. — A cat stuck for weeks inside the wall of a home after getting caught up in a remodeling project has been found and reunited with its owners, Jeff and Nataline Runkles. Sophia was accidentally walled in when workers finished repairs at a neighborhood home. The cat spent about three weeks in a crawl space foraging for bugs. The Runkles found Sophia at an animal shelter after reading a news story about a cat being rescued from a crawl space. (from the Associated Press)


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