A scared but thankfully unharmed kitten in Florida went for the ride of their life just this past Tuesday down in the sunny Florida Keys. Found in the rear axle of a Monroe County Sheriff’s Office patrol car, the kitten was freed and is now on their way to finding a forever home.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office shared the kitten’s plight on Facebook soon after, which turned out to be a rescue mission that was completely unexpected. When responding to calls of a kitten darting across the Seven Mile Bridge, the officers showed up on the scene ready to help. But, no kitten appeared to be in sight.
That is, until a few hours later when Officer Rodriguez’s patrol car appeared to be meowing.
Their Facebook post reads:
Purrfect outcome after Deputies save kitten
The kitten — nicknamed “Pawcifer Lucky” — is now resting comfortably at the FKSPCA in Marathon.
Check out the news clip below courtesy of Miami CBS local news:
I’d like to give a special “thank you” to the brave men and women of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office for helping out this little kitty in need. You’re all heroes in my book! Here’s to hoping that sweet Pawcifer Lucky finds a forever home fast!
All Images Courtesy of MCSO – Florida Keys on Facebook