Firefighters told to get rid of firehouse cat after anonymous complaint

SAN FRANCISCO, California – Firefighters in San Francisco are fighting to keep their station cat they rescued as a kitten four years ago.

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Over this smoke. #campfire

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They say an anonymous caller complained about Edna the cat being around their firefighting equipment.

You can see from the photos on Edna’s Instagram page, she’s one of the crew.

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Cuddles with one of my favs🤗

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Let me tell you bout my best friendssssss

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Crew members even refer to her as the “station angel.”

ABC 7 reached out to San Francisco fire to get an answer about why Edna has to leave and hasn’t gotten a response.

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Stress unit Edna

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Firefighters were told that animal control would be called on Edna Monday.

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