Cat gets stuck in car’s engine on Upper West Side, prompting rescue from FDNY

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Fireman Cezar Perez pulls a cat that got stuck in a car’s engine on the Upper West Side.


Sunday, February 4, 2018, 4:59 PM

The rescue went purr-fectly.

Firefighters on Sunday saved a small cat that had gotten stuck deep inside the engine of a parked car on the Upper West Side.

The spotted brown short-hair was discovered when the owner of the car heard a strange sound as he tried starting his vehicle on 104th St. near Amsterdam Ave. about 2 p.m.

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