Kitten Rescued From a Car Frame in Kentucky

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When a 9-week old kitten found its way into the subframe of a 2000 Honda Accord, it took a little ride before being discovered.

The driver of the vehicle drove from Lexington to Frankfort, Kentucky and stopped at a Hardee’s drive-thru restaurant when an employee of the restaurant spotted the kitten, who was still stuck.

The concerned worker called the local firefighters and a nearby Midas auto shop to help.

One of the mechanics posted photos to Facebook of the feline rescue saying, “After an hour of rear subframe removal, a Lexington Fireman, my lead tech and myself, with some soap, sweat, and prayers, were able to extract the kitten from the clutches of the rear subframe.”

Today was a weird day. Early this morning, the manager from Hardee’s next door came over to ask if we could help a…

Posted by Midas of Frankfort on Wednesday, July 10, 2019

The little kitten, who the Midas employees named Marigold, after the fictional daughter of King Midas in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Tale of King Midas and the Golden Touch,” was scared albeit in relatively good health.

The Midas crew took her to get checked out at the local vet and she was adopted to a good family soon after.

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