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MBTA employees report a happy ending for a cat that spent the last half of 2009 making a home at the Kenmore Station.  T workers and riders noticed the cat living at the Station since mid-summer.  Employees took care of the cat from afar with food and water, even as they and animal rescue groups tried to catch the cat and bring it to safety.

Finally, workers rescued the feline nicknamed "Kenmore," now on to a happy home.   

Watch the Channel 7 story here.

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