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Cat Appointed Head Ranger at National Park
After three years toiling as an assistant ranger at Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park, a cat named Buckles has finally ascended the ranks.
"He knew the trails better than the bosses," says Steven Collier, a fellow assistant. "Not to mention that time he saved a family of campers from a bear."
The Parks Service formally recognized Buckles in a ceremony Wednesday, where they anointed him Head Ranger. He now oversees a majority of the parkland and manages a team of 50 rangers, scouts and interns.
"This park isn’t what it use to be," says Colleen Marcher, an administrator at Shenandoah. "I think [Buckles] could really turn this place around."
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