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Kitten Gets Stuck Under Car, Finds New Home With Greensboro Firefighter Who Saved Him

A woman heard a strange noise coming from her car. It turned out to be a kitten! Luckily, the firefighters at Station 53 saved the day.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro Firefighters came to the rescue of a kitten that got stuck underneath the body of a car today.

A woman named Wilma called News 2 and said she wanted to thank those firefighters for helping her. She said she was on her way home from work when she heard a strange noise coming from her car.

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She pulled over – and discovered it was a kitten stuck between the fuel tank and part of the car!

Wilma tried getting help from a few people, but no one could free the little guy.

So she drove to Fire Station 53 on Willow Road, hoping the firefighters there could help her. Luckily, they were able to free the kitten.

Captain David Lewis says the kitten was shaken up, but is doing okay tonight. The firefighters gave him a bath, and he’s even got a new home – with the firefighter who pulled him to safety.

Way to go, Greensboro Firefighters! 

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