Mar 27, 2013 7:13 PM by Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles firefighters have had a busy day saving furry friends from fire and a steep cliff.
Spokeswoman Katherine Main says firefighters were able to save a fluffy cocker spaniel that was stuck on a steep cliff behind a home in the Hollywood Hills Wednesday.
Main says the pup was missing since Monday and a nearby resident saw the dog and tried to save it, but had to call the Fire Department for help.
A rescuer was able to reach the dog, feed it and then lower down to the ground with it by rope.
Firefighters also saved two cats from a house fire in the Mar Vista area earlier Wednesday, and one of the felines was given oxygen to help recover.
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