Police rescue kitten from car engine in Queens


It's usually a good sign when a car engine purrs, but when a car engine meowed May 5, police in Queens went to the rescue.

Officers from the 104th Precinct saved a black kitten stuck inside car's engine in Ridgewood.

After a mission accomplished, @NYPD104Pct tweeted, "PURRRRRRR-fect job by both our patrol officers & ESU for rescuing this kitten stuck in a vehicle engine today."

Unfortunately, the NYPD still has yet to find the owner of this pint-sized puffball. Police are asking anyone who knows the owner to call (718)-386-3004.

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