Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — It took six days for Kayla Mears to help rescue a neighborhood from a jarring situation. When Mears noticed that the dog had  its head stuck in a large plastic jar, she and her husband tried to catch it and rescue. With the help of the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society and a little bacon, the dog was lured into a cage and then taken to the Natchez Veterinary Clinic, where the jar was pried off the dog’s head.  Nan Garrison takes a picture of the dog.
Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — It took six days for Kayla Mears to help rescue a neighborhood from a jarring situation. When Mears noticed that the dog had its head stuck in a large plastic jar, she and her husband tried to catch it and rescue. With the help of the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society and a little bacon, the dog was lured into a cage and then taken to the Natchez Veterinary Clinic, where the jar was pried off the dog’s head. Nan Garrison takes a picture of the dog.

News photo: Dog helped out of jar

Published 12:08am Thursday, July 25, 2013

 

Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — Clinic employees Tommie Lynn Cyle and Lisa Freeman use their fingers to pull off the jar.
Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — Clinic employees Tommie Lynn Cyle and Lisa Freeman use their fingers to pull off the jar.

 

Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — The jar pops off and tumbles to the bottom of the cage.
Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — The jar pops off and tumbles to the bottom of the cage.

 

 

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