DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) - A little cat lives after being chased down three times in the last two days by the Albany Fire Department, Animal control, and local citizens.
He got stuck underneath the hood of a car.
It took 15 minutes to get the kitten out.
The owner of the car said she called fire department last night for the same reason.
The kitten was underneath a black Hyundai Sonata, parked at Ashley Riverside Apartments.
Eventually, the kitten took off running from underneath.
The car owner said it all started when she heard what she thought was a crying baby.
"Last night, we was like, ok let me just crank the car up, blow the horn, or do the key chains, and when I did it, it got louder and louder. And we eventually found out through my cousin Rosa's son who is Rico, he got up under the car, and he seen the kitten stuck in a pipe underneath my car," said Tammy Covin, the car owner.
It just so happens this same kitten got stuck underneath another car.
Apparently, the kitten has a thing for Hyundai's.
Luckily, neighbors found the owner of that car and were able to get the kitten out before it was moved.
Covin said she will take the kitten to the Humane Society so they can help him find a new home.