MEDFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Police in Long Island say a golden retriever named Buddy is no worse for the wear after getting his head stuck in a cat’s house.
Three Suffolk County police officers answered the call Friday in the yard of a Medford home.
A photo issued by police shows a rear view of Buddy outside of a structure that resembles a big dollhouse.
It has a “front door” with a cat-sized hole at the bottom. Buddy’s head was tightly wedged in the cat entrance.
The officers used crow bars and a hammer to dismantle the structure and free Buddy.
Buddy was unharmed and returned his owner.