Story from Reuters, Oddly Enough News.

BERLIN (Reuters) – A German couple was shocked after a 275-mile car journey to discover a surprise stowaway cowering next to the engine of their car — a 6-week-old kitten.

The meows of the tiny animal only became audible after Elisabeth and Dieter Gesehl had parked their car.

“First of all we called the police as we feared for a moment that we must have run over and seriously injured a cat,” the 64-year-old woman from Eggenfelden told Bonn express newspaper.

After checking under the hood, however, they discovered the unharmed kitten. The animal, which the couple have since adopted and named “Pussy,” was soon back to normal after a few minutes of petting.

There is so much one could say about this story. I’ll leave it to you to make your own punchlines.

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4 Responses to “Kitten Survives 275-Mile Ride Next to Car Engine”

  1. Jamie Pierre says:

    OMG!! Poor cat.. Its amazing how she could survive all this way beside the engine! It must have been very hot in there beside the engine! Nice post dude!

    Jamie Pierre’s last blog post..Blue Fusion’s Rossi 66

  2. Drew says:

    Yeah it must have been very hot beside the engine. Lucky cat for sure.

  3. waxner says:

    It’s a good thing that the cat is ok. The engine may kill the cat, but the kitty itself may proved to be a survivor…
    .-= Look at what waxner wrote blog ..Toyota Tundra: The truck that’s changing it all? =-.

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