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FollowTheTrail

Is this the UK's luckiest kitten?

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bubblykiss

When I pop my hood I always have my camera ready in case of vampire infestation, loose yeti hand rattling around in crank case or cats.

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danielost

Cats climb up into engines for warmth. If you live where there are lots of cats tapping on the hood/bonnet may scare out.

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Dark Howl

Poor little thing didn't know what it was. I'm pleased there's a new home for the kitty.

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When I pop my hood I always have my camera ready in case of vampire infestation, loose yeti hand rattling around in crank case or cats.

You forgot zombies. They drain batteries like leeches if they cannot locate brains.

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Redefining Success

Wasnt really in the engine was it, and ive never heard of a spinning radiator.

Glad the kitten is ok though.

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danielost

Wasnt really in the engine was it, and ive never heard of a spinning radiator.

Glad the kitten is ok though.

He was talking about the radiator fan spinning.

I saw a video on animal planet, where an owl got caught in the grill of an SUV. They had to take the grill off to rescue the owl. It was not hurt. They said it had been flying when the SUV hit it.

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magikgoddess

Tuxedo kitties are so cute, I'm glad the little one is alright and has a happy ending.

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