In One Afternoon, Kitten Gets Rescued From Clothes Dryer, Car Engine, and Tree

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I was working as a telephone company technician and had just finished a job at an apartment building near Ocean Beach, California, when three young boys ran up to me for some help.

KITTEN. PHOTO: PIXABAY / ARTUR PAWLAK

They had found a kitten and stuck him in a running clothes dryer in the apartments’ laundry room. They ran out and the door locked behind them. I used my screwdriver to pry open the door and free the frightened kitten.


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He immediately ran out to the parking lot and into the engine compartment of a parked car and became stuck. We searched for the owner but ended up having to open the window with a coat hanger to get to the hood latch, and once again, I freed him.

KITTEN. PHOTO: PIXABAY / HELGA KATTINGER

He was covered with grease and, after biting me, he ran up a tree and out on a very small limb. Once again, he was hanging on for dear life. I got out my ladder and this time, stuck him in my canvas bag.

Luckily, it was the end of my shift and he came home with me. We took him to the vet and got him fixed and his shots up to date.

This guy has become the most awesome cat in the world. His persona is pure love. That was 14 years ago, and he is still amazing in every way. This is our Steve. We call him our Love Cat.

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PHOTO: KYLE R. STUART

Story submitted by Kyle R. Stuart from Sun City, California.

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