Engine Purring: Firefighters Rescue Kitten Stuck Under Hood of Car

Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue said it rescued a kitten from the engine of a car on Friday, July 23.

Video provided by Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue shows the kitten, which was wedged near the engine compartment of a car, being gently pulled out by two firefighters.

The Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue initially asked their followers to share the post “If interested in loving this little guy”. They updated the post to say a home was found. Credit: Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue via Storyful

Video transcript

- Come on, Kiki.

- Oh.

- Come on.

- They got him.

- Oh.

- Oh, there you go. Come on, baby.

- Aw. Grab him by the neck. Grab him by the neck. Grab him by the neck. It won't hurt it. It won't hurt it. They won't hurt it. Grab him by the neck. Please. Thank you. Thank you.

[CLAPPING]

Thank you.

- Don't put him near the car because he'll go back.

- No.

- Come on, Kiki.

- Oh.

- Come on.

- They got him.

- Oh.

- Oh, there you go. Come on, baby. Aw. Grab him by the neck. Grab him by the neck. Grab him by the neck. It won't hurt it. It won't hurt it. It won't hurt it. Grab him by the neck, please. Thank you. Thank you.

[CLAPPING]

Thank you.

- And don't put him near the car because he'll go back.

- No.

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