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Kitten Rescued After Wild Ride In TV Station News Vehicle

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A kitten is being treated at a veterinarian office in North Carolina after it was rescued from the bottom of a Charlotte TV station news vehicle.

WBTV's David Whisenant was driving his station vehicle, a Ford Explorer, when he heard something that sounded like an animal in his car.

Whisenant stopped by Jerry's Shell gas station in Salisbury, where Joe Bost found a kitten wedged on top of the gas tank according to WBTV-TV.

Bost was able to rescue the kitten, now dubbed the "News Cat."

Whisenant then took the kitten to the vet to be checked out. The vet told WBTV the kitten is a female cat and was not injured in the incident.

It's believed that "News Cat" crawled up into the vehicle while it was parked overnight.

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