Not all heroes wear capes. Stuck in a scary situation, a technician at Leete Tire & Auto in Petersburg came to the rescue and saved a kitten stuck in a car.
The kitten apparently made the 45-minute ride from Capron to Petersburg stuck in the car's fender.
After the driver, Eunika Brown, realized the kitten was stuck under her car, she called local animal control.
Debbie Broughton, the chief warden with Petersburg Animal Care and Control, arrived at the scene and quickly called technicians at a local auto repair shop called Leete Tire and Auto Service for additional help.
Leete Tire & Auto Service Manager Warren Strum, jumped to the rescue and quickly extracted a scared, but unharmed kitten!"
Watch the moment of rescue:
After the rescue, general service technician Charles William adopted the cat on the spot.
"No collar and the kitten was very young and thin," Rowsey said. "No sign of the owner." Rowsey said she believed they named the kitten Kia, after her temporary home.
It's not currently clear how the kitten got stuck in the fender well but luckily, it's a purrfect ending!
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