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Officers from the 104th Precinct rescued a kitten stuck in a car engine in Ridgewood.

Curiosity almost got the better of this cat had it not been for some alert patrol officers in Ridgewood.

On Thursday, May 5, patrol officers and Emergency Services Units from the 104th Precinct rescued a black kitten that was stuck inside of a car’s engine after hearing meowing coming from under the car’s hood.

The precinct took to Twitter to tout the rescue.

The owner of the cat is still unknown, and the 104th Precinct is asking residents to reach out to the precinct with any information about who the cat belongs to.

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Danny Ruscillo May 07, 2016 / 07:45PM
Nice work Officer's and I can tell by that smile how much you do care. Danny Ruscillo former President of the 100th Precinct Community Council.
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