MoCo Park Police Officer Rescues Kitten Stuck in The Engine Compartment of Vehicle in Germantown
On Sunday afternoon, Maryland Park Police tweeted that an officer responding to the Germantown SoccerPlex rescued a kitten from the inside of a vehicle’s engine compartment. The cat was then taken to the MoCo Animal Services & Adoption Center.
This morning officers responded to the Germantown SoccerPlex for the report of a kitten stuck in the engine compartment of a vehicle. The kitten was rescued and transported to the @mcasac shelter for evaluation and adoption if an owner is not located. pic.twitter.com/Rdevgn53v1
— Park Police MC (@ParkPolice) June 6, 2021
In other cat/kitten news, did you know that June is national Adopt a Cat Month? Click here to see a list of animals currently up for adoption at the Montgomery County Humane Society.
Did you know June is #AdoptACatMonth? We have some amazing cats ready to find their forever homes! For more information and to fill out an application, please visit our website. 😻https://t.co/V6HY2oqbOL#adoptablecats #rescuecats #adoptme #adoptdontshop #letsbehumanetogether pic.twitter.com/DW5PNQOGFE
— MoCo Humane Society (@MoCoHumane) June 1, 2021