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Kitten goes on wild ride in engine compartment
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (KGO) -- A kitten, less than a year old, went on a wild ride from Marin County to Santa Cruz inside the engine compartment of a van.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel says a Michigan man left Mill Valley Tuesday morning after camping out in his van overnight. When a he stopped in Santa Cruz Wednesday morning to get gas, he heard a meow coming from the engine compartment.
He opened up the hood and was surprised to find a female kitten, who apparently climbed in overnight.
If it's yours, the Santa Cruz Animal Shelter would love to hear from you.
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