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Police Rescue Stuck Kitten from Car Engine in Queens

By Valeria Ricciulli | May 5, 2016 6:38pm
 An NYPD officer holds the rescued kitten.
An NYPD officer holds the rescued kitten.
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Police officers rescued a black kitten from a car engine in Queens Thursday and now they're looking for its owner, according to the NYPD. 

In a tweet posted by the 104th Precinct, three NYPD officers stand next to a car holding the feline, that can barely be seen as it blends into the cops' uniform.

"PURRRRRRR-fect job by both our patrol officers & ESU for rescuing this kitten stuck in a vehicle engine today," read the tweet. 

Information about the kitty's health condition was not immediately available, but Police are actively looking for its owner.

Last week, an NYPD officer adopted another kitten that was found in a suitcase in Brooklyn.