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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Man Cuts Open Truck To Save Kitten

A hitchhiking feline in Florida has a 50-year-old truck owner to thank for her unusual rescue.

Errand Frazier of Vero Beach wasn't quite sure what to do at first when he heard purring coming from his Chevy pickup, parked outside his house in late May. He couldn't see anything and wasn't sure exactly where it was, or even what type of animal was in there. So, he left an open can of cat food under one of the tires and set up a camera to try to get to the bottom of it.

When he came back the next morning, the food was gone, but there was nothing on the video, he said.

Thinking he had lost his mind, he went on an impromptu fishing trip to clear his head. When he got to the canal, the purring started again.



Anonymous said...

God Bless him & others like him.
He has "feelings" ----something
that's much needed in this world
of today!

turtles do it slower said...

I just would like to say as grown man in his mid 40s I have found myself to have a soft spot for turtles . that being said please keep your eyes open on our local roads in these summer months. If you see one on the road please with safety in mind drive around them. I personally stop and remove any turtles I see on the road but would not advocate this being done as it is dangerous. Turtles are a great source for determining the state of our ecosystem the more we have around the better off we will be.

Anonymous said...

Things we do for a little pussy.

Anonymous said...

My husband stops and moves them off the road as well, turtles do it slower. If he is on his way home, he will stop and bring them home with him and let them go where we feel it is safer for them. We are on 300 acres and now a day doesn't go by that I don't see a turtle. We must have created a habitat for them. They love the wild strawberries that are growing and it's not uncommon to see them among those plants.