A kitten was rescued from the engine compartment of a car in Florida with the help of police, animal control officers, and mechanics.
The kitten was trapped in the motor area of a car in the parking lot of a T.J. Maxx store in Newnan. Animal Control Officer Cyndi Hoffman attempted to extract the kitten for about two hours before police contacted Honda of Newnan for help.
Mechanics assisted in rescuing the kitten from a small area between the radiator and front bumper, behind a plastic cover.
The kitten was named Maxxi and was taken to Coweta Animal Shelter, where it will be available for adoption in a few days.