This is a true survivor story: a cat was recently rescued after riding more than five miles in a car engine.
The cat is now nicknamed “McDonald’s,” after being discovered inside the engine at the drive-thru of the Ashland fast food chain location.
Crista McKinnon of Framingham said the sound was unmistakable when she finally stopped her Nissan to get her coffee.
“Doesn’t that sound like a kitty or cat meowing?” she asked the McDonald’s worker.
The worker agreed. McKinnon and the employee then popped her hood.
“Sure enough, there was a kitty right in there,” she said.
That cat took an amazing five-mile ride from McKinnon’s apartment complex in Framingham all the way to the drive-thru.
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