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2012-01-10 02:54:23 PM
It's like Caturday, only on a Tuesday!
 
2012-01-10 02:55:22 PM
i780.photobucket.com
 
2012-01-10 03:10:51 PM
FTFA: Firefighters said that the owner of the vehicle tried to start the car and heard a noise coming from the engine compartment.

Yeah, I'll BET he did
 
bow [TotalFark]
2012-01-10 03:16:25 PM
I think the firefighters should adopt the cat.

Example:
www.mycatwearsclothes.com
 
2012-01-10 03:41:24 PM
Thought for sure it would've been the catalytic converter.
 
2012-01-10 04:57:23 PM
Your tax dollars at work
 
2012-01-10 05:09:22 PM
Omg poor kitty.
 
2012-01-10 05:10:15 PM
yeah......you dont want to see whats happened to a farm cat that has crawled into the engine beside the fan to stay warm.
 
2012-01-10 05:11:11 PM
And when if the cat isn't adopted...
 
2012-01-10 05:11:28 PM

gopher321: Your tax dollars at work


And lots of it...
For a friggn' cat.
 
2012-01-10 05:12:22 PM
/free cat for the person to post the pic and gets banninated.
 
2012-01-10 05:12:33 PM
My cat stays inside. When folks tell me it's "cruel", I tell them I'd rather have him live happily inside than be eaten by coyotes.
 
2012-01-10 05:13:09 PM

gopher321: Your tax dollars at work


...saved a cat.

I'd rather that than have it line some bureaucrat's pocket.
 
2012-01-10 05:13:09 PM
I don't let my cats roam the neighborhood. I built an admittedly goofy-looking "catio" on my back deck and put a bunch of planter boxes filled with grass out there. The cats can sputter at the birds all they want, roll in the sun, and barf enormous grassy hairballs to their hearts' content. I don't have to worry about them napping in a warm car engine.
 
2012-01-10 05:13:26 PM
Firemen cut the belts......this may be a clue to the pantyhose thief from the story several below this one.
 
2012-01-10 05:13:51 PM

Maud Dib: My cat stays inside. When folks tell me it's "cruel", I tell them I'd rather have him live happily inside than be eaten by coyotes.


People tell you that? Who? Why?
 
2012-01-10 05:14:55 PM

Contents Under Pressure: I don't let my cats roam the neighborhood. I built an admittedly goofy-looking "catio" on my back deck and put a bunch of planter boxes filled with grass out there. The cats can sputter at the birds all they want, roll in the sun, and barf enormous grassy hairballs to their hearts' content. I don't have to worry about them napping in a warm car engine.


My cats have free access to a 1,000 square foot screen enclosure. They lounge quite happily. I don't have any plants out there, though. Should I look into that?
 
2012-01-10 05:16:33 PM
This happened to my dad once. I mean he found a cat stuck in his car, not that he was caught in there himself.

That poor kitty was sliced up real bad, but the vet saved her and we took her home.
 
2012-01-10 05:17:08 PM
For some reason, my cat is afraid of cars. Even though the reason might not be entirely rational, I like the outcome.

Oh God. I'm glad the cat wasn't torn to bits.
 
2012-01-10 05:18:05 PM

SpikeStrip: [i780.photobucket.com image 476x345]


Done in one.
 
2012-01-10 05:20:23 PM

kellynoel: Contents Under Pressure: I don't let my cats roam the neighborhood. I built an admittedly goofy-looking "catio" on my back deck and put a bunch of planter boxes filled with grass out there. The cats can sputter at the birds all they want, roll in the sun, and barf enormous grassy hairballs to their hearts' content. I don't have to worry about them napping in a warm car engine.

My cats have free access to a 1,000 square foot screen enclosure. They lounge quite happily. I don't have any plants out there, though. Should I look into that?


Plant natural cat nip and watch them get stoned.
 
2012-01-10 05:20:26 PM
Listen to that engine purr.
 
2012-01-10 05:20:41 PM
If it were my car, there'd be nothing left of the cat. The radio starts with my car, and it's always loud. But as someone who loves teh kittehs, if one did get under the hood and got ground up into widdle kitty bits, I'd go into hysterics. The bad kind.

But if they saved it, I'd offer to adopt it, hoping it might forgive me.
 
2012-01-10 05:21:43 PM

kellynoel: Maud Dib: My cat stays inside. When folks tell me it's "cruel", I tell them I'd rather have him live happily inside than be eaten by coyotes.

People tell you that? Who? Why?


Casual acquaintances. They think it's "cruel" to keep him locked inside.
Besides the coyotes, there are bobcats, and assholes driving way too fast down our street.
Both highly detrimental to my lil' buddy's continued existence.
 
2012-01-10 05:22:20 PM

kvinesknows: yeah......you dont want to see whats happened to a farm cat that has crawled into the engine beside the fan to stay warm.


We had a momma kitty that decided right between the fan and the radiator of the car was the place to move her babies one night. Let's just say we had to use the hose.
 
2012-01-10 05:23:21 PM

SpikeStrip: [i780.photobucket.com image 476x345]


I have nipples, you know....
 
2012-01-10 05:25:05 PM

Drunken_Polar_Bear: kvinesknows: yeah......you dont want to see whats happened to a farm cat that has crawled into the engine beside the fan to stay warm.

We had a momma kitty that decided right between the fan and the radiator of the car was the place to move her babies one night. Let's just say we had to use the hose.


It's didn't put the lotion on it's skin?
 
2012-01-10 05:25:48 PM
images.ucomics.com

/first thing I thought of
//searchable comics text = WIN
 
2012-01-10 05:25:56 PM

kvinesknows: yeah......you dont want to see whats happened to a farm cat that has crawled into the engine beside the fan to stay warm.


My dad once made the 15 mile drive to work with a possum with spawn under the hood. Seems they camped out on the radiator cover. It took a long glove and a stick to drive them out, but they made the commute just fine.
 
2012-01-10 05:31:19 PM

kellynoel: gopher321: Your tax dollars at work

...saved a cat.

I'd rather that than have it line some bureaucrat's pocket.


Why can't it do both?
 
2012-01-10 05:34:51 PM

Maud Dib: My cat stays inside. When folks tell me it's "cruel", I tell them I'd rather have him live happily inside than be eaten by coyotes.


I don't get the "It's cruel to keep a cat indoors" people. Your cat is a domestic pet, not a wild animal. Although it could probably fend for itself in the wild, why would you leave its care to chance? Keep it inside, away from cars & wilder animals.

/I bring my cats outside on cold, wet, rainy days
//When they get the idea of running through a door that's accidentally left open, they remember what a horrible place "outside" is and decide against it.
 
2012-01-10 05:36:53 PM
This was inside the engine of my girlfriend's Ford Taurus:

i777.photobucket.com

Yes. That is a cat.
 
2012-01-10 05:37:03 PM
i.imgur.com

/oblig
 
2012-01-10 05:37:04 PM
my buddy couldn't find his cat before they evacuated for a hurricane. Little dude ended up riding the storm out under the hood of my buddies car.


/csb?
 
2012-01-10 05:41:22 PM
Cats are the republicans of pets - a very smart man that use to hang out at Overgrow.com.
 
2012-01-10 05:41:44 PM

brigid_fitch:
//When they get the idea of running through a door that's accidentally left open, they remember what a horrible place "outside" is and decide against it.


Heh...the neighbors have an outdoor kitty that looks just like ours. Last week he was on our porch. My daughter chased after him, thinking he was our cat, trying to capture him and get him back inside.
That neighbor cat was like, WTF, man.
 
2012-01-10 05:41:50 PM
Cut the belts?

Cut the cat.
 
2012-01-10 05:42:06 PM
"... And this model has a 1 Catpower engine."



/a little underpowered
 
2012-01-10 05:42:53 PM

SwissArmyGnome: This happened to my dad once. I mean he found a cat stuck in his car, not that he was caught in there himself.

That poor kitty was sliced up real bad, but the vet saved her and we took her home.


In some tupperware?

s3.amazonaws.com

/no, serious
 
2012-01-10 05:48:11 PM

SpikeStrip:


Ahahahaha I gotta find that on YouTube now...


/ +1
 
FNG [TotalFark]
2012-01-10 05:48:12 PM
Great headline, subs.

Glad the cat is ok.
 
2012-01-10 05:51:05 PM
This happened to me one time. Was in a parking lot & saw 2 ppl milling around a car. They + me & my bf managed to retrieve 2-10 wk old kittens that had hitched a ride that morning (there was this small ledge on the underside of th car they could sit on). One kitty's ear was burned. The owner (who we found at work in the restaurant) was so upset.

//csb
 
2012-01-10 05:51:36 PM

This text is now purple: kvinesknows: yeah......you dont want to see whats happened to a farm cat that has crawled into the engine beside the fan to stay warm.

My dad once made the 15 mile drive to work with a possum with spawn under the hood. Seems they camped out on the radiator cover. It took a long glove and a stick to drive them out, but they made the commute just fine.


We had a cat do that. She made it, but only after a horrible screeching sound and a lot of black fluff in the air. Shaved a strip down her back.
 
2012-01-10 05:55:38 PM
"Yeah, ya got some kinda alternate universe in there..."
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-01-10 05:57:32 PM
CSB time.

My aunt started her car once after their cat had crawled on top of the engine. She freaked out and called my dad over to help get it out. He ended up putting it out of its misery with a claw hammer in front of my aunt and her 5 year old daughter. They were horrified.

/They are both raging biatches, so that story always makes me smile
 
2012-01-10 05:59:57 PM
farging cats
 
2012-01-10 06:01:07 PM
I popped the hood of my truck the other day to change my air filter and saw cat foot prints all over the top of my engine.

Now I smack my hood a couple of times before I get in and start it up.

Don't want kitty sushi.
 
2012-01-10 06:05:29 PM
When I lived in DC a friend of the family(a veterinarian, luckily) had a story like this.
He had an old 70's model car with one of those big circular air filters over the carb. One snowy morning on his commute to work he kept hearing these weird sounds coming from his engine compartment. When he got to work, he popped the hood and sitting on the air filter compartment was a very angry, scared, and dirty long-haired cat. Aside from some matted hair and lightly toasted paws, the cat was just fine.
 
2012-01-10 06:10:31 PM
it's like a food processor for the local chinese food place
 
2012-01-10 06:13:13 PM

Maud Dib: kellynoel: Maud Dib: My cat stays inside. When folks tell me it's "cruel", I tell them I'd rather have him live happily inside than be eaten by coyotes.

People tell you that? Who? Why?

Casual acquaintances. They think it's "cruel" to keep him locked inside.
Besides the coyotes, there are bobcats, and assholes driving way too fast down our street.
Both highly detrimental to my lil' buddy's continued existence.


Aren't some cats agoraphobic? We just adopted a little beauty about a year & a half old and she puffs up and sings nononono when I take her outside. I'm hoping this will pass, as I am not enjoying this litterbox business. This is my first time posting on Caturday and I'd appreciate any good advice. Yeah, I know it's tuesday, but everyday is caturday when there's a litterbox in your office!
 
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