SUNDAY UPDATE 10 AM - Chloe Alfred got worried as water rushed across her property at the mouth of a hollow just off Route 16, south of Arnoldsburg. Sunday morning storms dropped two inches of rain on parts of Calhoun, causing small streams to go out of banks.

Water rushes out of narrow hollow

The Arnoldsburg Volunteer Fire Department responded after 8 a.m. as water was entering Alfred's outbuilding and house. Damage was minimal.

While on scene, firemen heard the squalls of a cat trapped underneath the flooring of a shed. "It was making a gurgling sound in the water," they said. Pulling up the flooring, firemen rescued the the cat, probably in the nick of time.

Cat rescued in nick of time, shown with AVFD fireman Fred Waybright

Firemen heard noise under flooring

Calhoun Control received one other local flooding call, water was surrounding the Duke Moore residence at Chloe, but assistance was not required.

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