Cat Stuck In Car Engine Rescued By SPCA In 2 Hours

Cats are known for their incredible abilities to squeeze through tight spaces, but sometimes, they can run into a little bit of trouble.

On Wednesday (23 Jun), the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) shared on Facebook that they had rescued a cat that was stuck in a car engine.

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The operation was a challenging one, taking them over 2 hours.

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But eventually, they managed to free the adorable kitty. He is now safe and healthy after being adopted into his fur-ever home.

Couple alerts SPCA to cat stuck in car engine

According to the SPCA, a couple who had found a cat in their car engine one afternoon alerted the organisation to their discovery.

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Due to the tight space the cat was trapped in, the animal rescue officer reportedly had to take over 2 hours for the tedious rescue.

When he was first rescued, the cat looked to be in rough shape and had drool all over him.

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This was likely due to the heat it was subjected to in Singapore’s weather and the hot engine.

Cat finds his fur-ever home

The cat then underwent medical checks at SPCA’s Community Animal Clinic and was found to be generally healthy.

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Although the beautiful cat does appear to have a rare condition called heterochromia that causes different coloured eyes in cats, this typically doesn’t impact its abilities.

SPCA shared that the feline spent a while in lost and found but was unclaimed.

They thus decided to put the charming boy up for adoption and he has since found his fur-ever home.

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Contact SPCA if you see animals in danger

Kudos to SPCA for rescuing this beautiful cat and ensuring his safety.

Thanks to them, the cat is now well-loved and cared for in his new home, just as he deserves.

If you ever come across any animals in need of help, do contact SPCA at 6287 5355.

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Featured image adapted from the SPCA on Facebook.