A three-month old kitty survived a 300-mile journey from France to Britain, being trapped in the bumper of a car. The journey lasted for 14 hours and the little kitty is still recovering from it.
Doug and Renee Bliss saw the kitten that was firmly wedged in the grille of their own car and they couldn’t believe their eyes. They were arriving home from their holiday.
The pair were getting back from St. Malo, in the north of France, and they believe that the kitten got stuck in the car before they got a ferry.
The two arrived at Portsmouth International Port after 12 hours, and later the kitten endured even more of the journey, another 37 miles with 70km/h to Sutton Scotney Services.
Then, they heard a cat meowing and they stopped to open the bonnet, and discovered their feline passenger that stayed silent and unseen for so long. It was clinging to the car near the headlight.
Doug and Renee tried to pull out the kitten but they couldn’t do it, so they took the car to the nearest car service so the mechanics can remove the entire bumper to free the little kitten.
The kitten, now named Malo, is in a good health, but he was kept in quarantine for 21 hours before it was taken to charity “Blue Cross” who are trying to find him a loving family.