A cat that became trapped in the front fender of a car took an epic trip from Mexico to Oceanside in Southern California.
The Oceanside Fire Department posted video on its Facebook page showing firefighters rescuing the cat back on March 21.
The person who alerted firefighters said he drove from Mexico to his home in Oceanside — about 54 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border — having no idea that cat was even there!
A firefighter wearing gloves can be seen in the video pulling the cat free from beneath the front fender of the car. The cat then loudly meows and tries to run away.
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Fire officials said that the animal was taken to the humane society.
No one is able to explain how the cat got beneath the bumper.