ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WFLA) — A kitten that was rescued by St. Petersburg firefighters now has a new home.
On Tuesday, firefighters saved the kitten from a car’s engine compartment.
According to a social media post from St. Petersburg Fire Rescue, the person who owns the car decided after the rescue that they were going to keep the little stowaway kitten.
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