Cat and bird maintain an unusual friendship, Folsom State Prison, 1936
- Cat and bird maintain an unusual friendship, Folsom State Prison, 1936
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- March 5, 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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Two convicted murderers of Folsom State Prison rescued a baby linnet and a newborn kitten from hunger and malnutrition and nursed them back to health. The cat and bird live in the prison's print shop in complete harmony.
Relaxing cat and bird stare at each other as bird perches atop the cat's limb.
Similar photographs appear with the article, "Cat and Bird in Prison Form Odd Attachment," Los Angeles Times, 05 Mar. 1936: A1.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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