A man was waiting for his turn at the drive-through of the Hardees located in Kentucky when she suddenly noticed that one of the employees there was giving him really weird looks. Getting notice of the situation, the man soon started to hear small cries of a cat meowing from the speakers of the drive-through counter window and apparently those cries were coming from the underside of his car.
The man immediately pulled over to the side and soon his suspicions proved to be correct. There really was a tiny little kitten stuck on the underneath of his car. Looking at the situation, the man knew that kitten had no way of getting out of this predicament.
Luckily for the man, there was an auto workshop named Midas of Frankfort right near the restaurant and the manager of the Hardees went to call some mechanics at the spot. The workers at the workshop agreed to give their assistance and they brought the car to the workshop for immediate rescue.
Everybody, there was quite worried about the cat’s safety and was hoping to free her safely as soon as possible.
The owner and the MD of the Midas of Frankfort named Dr. Scott Bourne said, “The cat was trying to crewel through the hole of the car located in the backside near the subframe but then she got stuck as she had no idea as to how to retreat backward.
The kitten had already been stuck there for perhaps a few hours and it seemed really scared. While the workers were trying to free her from the car, they also kept on gently petting her, in order to make her understand that they were only helping her.
Bourne said, “The cat was very docile but she was really dehydrated. It was nearly above 90 degrees that day and it was on the outside. It was hard to tell what the temperature under the car was.”
Finally, after pulling out some parts of the car, the mechanics were able to free her out after 1 whole hour. As for the cat, she seemed really fine. The man under whose car the cat was stuck offered to pay money for their service to mechanics but they refused. They all wanted to just help save the kitten.
The kitten which has since been named as Marigold was placed in the protection of her rescuers for the night and then was taken to vet in the morning. The vet said that the cat was 9 weeks old and apart from having ear mites and a few cuts, she was in good health.
Since then, marigold has been adopted by a friend of her rescuers and is now living comfortably at her new house.