Strangers Reunite Kittens After Finding Them Hiding In Different Car Engines Miles Apart

by Jess Butler
Jess is a curly-haired Jersey girl who adores penguins and watches the worst reality shows on TV.

Apparently, warm car engines are popular spots for felines to cuddle up inside.

For two brother kittens, hiding inside car engines was the unexpected way they were discovered — and reunited with each other.

In the video below, posted on September 15, 2017, strangers recount the tale of the two kittens and how they were first discovered.

A black and white kitten was spotted in the engine of a car outside St. John Hospital in Michigan, and strangers worked together to try and get him out.

After two hours, they were unable to catch him, because he kept hopping between five different cars. The driver of that vehicle drove away with the kitten inside but soon realized he was there and called Grosse Pointe Animal Adoption Society to let them know what had happened.

Then, the hospital received another call about a kitten hiding in an engine. The black feline just happened to be the other kitten’s brother!

Now, after hiding away in completely different car engines, these two are together again. They were living the same circumstances but miles apart, only to be reunited by some helpful strangers. Soon, they’ll have a forever home together as well.

Check out the reunion between these two adorable kitten brothers in the video below, and please SHARE if you think these people did a great job keeping them both safe!

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