Technician Rescues Cat Stuck in Engine

Feb. 1, 2022

The cat wedged itself inside a silver Chevrolet, likely to escape the cold weather.

Feb. 1, 2022—A Pennsylvania technician rescued a cat after it was trapped inside the car’s engine, Yahoo News reported. 

Ingram Borough police (IBPD) shared on Facebook that an employee at Ryan’s Automotive, a repair shop in Ingram, Pa., freed the feline after the cat wedged itself inside a silver Chevrolet, likely to escape the area's cold weather.

"Thank you to John from Ryan Automotive/Goodyear in the CISC," the IBPD wrote. "He volunteered his time and got this large cat that had wedged itself in an engine compartment on W Prospect Ave free today."

"Much appreciated John!!!" the department added. "The cat thanks you as well as the owner of the car."

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