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Cat Found In Rubble Left From South Jersey Home Explosion

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Leo's family says they found him in the rubble left from a house explosion last month in Haddon Heights. Leo's family says they found him in the rubble left from a house explosion last month in Haddon Heights.
HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. -

A South Jersey cat is going to be okay after he was found in the rubble left from a house explosion in Haddon Heights.

The home on the White Horse Pike exploded last month.

Since then, neighbors set traps to try and catch the cat but he got away each time.

Just when the cat's family started to fear the worst, they found him in a pile of rubble.

Leo's whiskers were burned off and his paws are blistered, but a local vet expects he will make a full recovery.

 

 

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