Jessica Mix was driving her car in Westland, Michigan, when she heard a cat's cry.
"I felt crazy at first," Mix told Local 4 News. "I thought it must be my radio, so I turned it off and knew I wasn't crazy because I still heard it crying and it wasn't getting farther away."
Sure enough, a button-nosed kitten was stick in a wheel well.
The kind crew at Taylor Ford came to the kitten's rescue. Within minutes of Mix pulling into the dealership's lot, the car was hoisted up and the kitten was being freed.
"We were back here working on different cars and our adviser asked us if we could help pull a cat out of a car" said Taylor Ford employee Manuel Chavez. "So we took pieces off of the car and worked the cat toward the front of the engine and hopped up there and he was sitting on top of the engine waiting."
With the exception of some slightly burned whiskers, the cat escaped unharmed.
"It was nerve-wrecking. I was scared for the cat," Mix, who named the kitten Taylor after the businessRead More »from Kitten rescued from car’s wheel well