The kitten was brought in by MAS animal control officer Raymond Thomas on Monday, and was immediately taken to the veterinary staff, Gulbe said.
An initial attempt was made by veterinary assistant Brenda Keel to remove the can, but the kitten started crying. He was sedated and a pair of bolt-cutters were used to cut the can off of his head.
Gulbe said the kitten was also hypothermic and received medical attention to stabilize his condition.
Staff named the kitten "Campbell."
Campbell, who cleaned up well, is now up for adoption. Link -via Fark
(Image credit: Metro Animal Services)