Let meow-t of here! Heartwarming moment trapped kitten is pulled out of car bonnet and reunited with its mother
- A distressed black and white kitten was saved from a car in Erbil city, Kurdistan
- The young cat had become stuck in the bonnet of a parked black Chevrolet
- The men freed the kitten and returned it to its mother, a moment they filmed
This is the heartwarming moment a squealing kitten it pulled out of a car bonnet.
Footage filmed on November 25 shows two men struggling to free the tiny cat, which had somehow climbed into a void inside the bonnet.
One of the men tries to gently pull the trapped cat out, while another tries to coax it towards him by sticking a spanner into the cavity.
Eventually the rescuers free the kitten from the black Chevrolet in Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan on November 25.
It had become stuck in the bonnet of a black Chevrolet and took two men to set it free.
The kitten was audibly upset and made screeching noises as the men tried to free it.
A black and white kitten was rescued from a Chevrolet car in Erbil city in Kurdistan yesterday
The men finally manage to rescue the kitten from its peculiar hiding spot in the car’s bonnet
The terrified young animal stares up at the bearded man that rescued it from the car bonnet
Two men work at the bonnet with a spanner in an attempt to free the little cat. One of the men manages to start teasing out the kitten with his fingers
The kitten was driven home and reunited with its mother in a heartwarming moment captured on video
The cat was black with white paws and a similarly cream-coloured underbelly.
It finally shot out of the hole it had nestled in and was driven home by its rescuers.
They watched the heartwarming moment the kitten scampered back to its mother in glee after its traumatising ordeal.
It’s not the first time a kitten has had car trouble.
Just last month a stray kitten was rescued from a car engine by a Thai driver who heard the tiny cat meowing while he was on his way to work.
Settachet Guedchai heard a cat’s cries coming from his car during the morning rush hour traffic in Bangkok on October 21 and was surprised to find a kitten in his car engine
Settachet Guedchai heard the cat’s faint cries coming from his car while stuck in morning rush hour traffic in Bangkok during his 18-mile commute on October 21.
The baffled driver pulled over and checked inside his car, but couldn’t find anything.
It was only when he followed the sound that he was surprised to find a male kitten hidden in his engine.
Heartwarming footage shows Settachet coaxing the frightened ginger cat to a spot where he could rescue it, as it is trapped out of reach inside the engine.