WATCH: ‘Lucky’ kitten rescued from Florida river, then for life 


A Florida kitten went from being rescued from a river twice to being rescued for good. 

Tampa police officers were trying to capture an orange tabby on a bridge Saturday when it backed up a little too far and fell off the edge of the bridge, according to FOX13

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Luckily for the cat, a woman was riding a water bike under the bridge as the animal fell. The woman jumped into the river and saved it, FOX13 reported. 

However, the kitty then decided to leap into the water and had to be rescued again, according to FOX13. 

As the woman was holding onto her new feline friend, a boat scooped them both up. The passengers on the boat adopted the kitten and named it “Lucky,” FOX13 reported.

Read more at FOX13

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