On the morning of April 27th, an Opelika driver heard a soft meowing sound coming from her Dodge on the 400 block of Geneva Street and called the Opelika Fire Department right away.

Fire Investigator Bob Parsons and his team investigated the scene further to discover that the curious kitten had climbed into the engine compartment of the car! The fire team safely rescued the weeks-old girl from the vehicle.

Firefighter Nicholas Constan is seen here holding the fur baby.

Luckily, the kitty was perfectly fine thanks to the hard work of the Lee County Humane Society and Opelika Fire Department.

This little girl has quickly found her forever home!

“The good people at Lee County Humane Society took care of her, and today she found a forever home! Keep having adventures, little one, but be careful out there!!” Opelika Fire Department shared in a Facebook post.

Lee County Humane Society’s mission is to advance humane treatment and responsible ownership of companion animals through community education, animal sheltering and adoption, and alleviation of animal suffering. They envision a future in which animals are valued, pet overpopulation is eliminated, and every adoptable companion animal has a loving and responsible home.

You can donate to Lee County Humane Society here to help them care for the 3,000 homeless animals that come through their doors each year, and find more loving foster homes for abandoned animals.

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