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I Taught I Heard a Puddy Tatt. Cat found alive and well in car. It doesn’t look as though this motorist’s car engine was purring along the way it was meant to. According to NRK, a woman turned up at a mechanic’s in Kopervik on Karmøy complaining about cat-like sounds coming from her car.

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I Taught I Heard a Puddy Tatt

Published on Thursday, 27th August, 2009 at 14:44 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Cat found alive and well in car.

Cat under car (illustration photo)
Cat under car (illustration photo)
Photo: Rie.Nakano/Flickr


It doesn’t look as though this motorist’s car engine was purring along the way it was meant to.

According to NRK, a woman turned up at a mechanic’s in Kopervik on Karmøy complaining about cat-like sounds coming from her car.

Although opening the bonnet revealed nothing, the small grey kitten was discovered when he opened the engine compartment.

“He’d had a bit of a journey,” Allan Lie tells them.

So much for horsepower, then.



Published on Thursday, 27th August, 2009 at 14:44 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: cat, car, engine, compartment, sounds, mechanic, woman, nrk, karmoey, kopervik.





  
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