A Chicago Marathon runner, Sarah Bohan, gave up a Record Finish to save a stray kitten she found during the race. She decided to walk the rest of the course while holding the kitten until she found a spectator, Andrea Maldonado, who offered to give the kitten a new home. The runner was raising money for PAWS Chicago, a rescue organization, and they offered free vet services as a thank-you to Maldonado. The kitten, named Casper, received vaccinations, microchipping, and a flea/tick treatment and is now living happily with Maldonado's family.
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