Kitten tightly wedged in car engine is rescued and finds a home

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(Picture: Europics / FF-Königstetten)



A kitten who managed to become tightly wedged inside a car’s engine compartment in Konigstetten, north-east Austria was rescued by firefighters and found a home.

The kitten’s predicament can be seen in the photo above.

He reportedly panicked when he was found napping in the car and ran into the engine, where he became stuck.

The car’s owner says she had never seen the kitten before the incident and had no idea how he got into her car.

She called the local fire brigade for help in dislogding the little fellow. The firefighters spent an hour dismantling the car’s dashboard in order to reach the kitten and free him.

Kitty was taken to the vet to be checked out and was found not to have a microchip. Since he had no owner on record, the car’s owner adopted him.

The fire crew posed for a photo with their little rescue.



Picture: Europics / FF-Königstetten)

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