In Switzerland, doctors from one of the veterinary clinics rescued a cat stuck in an automobile bumper after hitting a speed of over 100 km / h.
Swiss police in the city of Lucerne were surprised by the call of a motorist, who told that in the bumper of her car a cat was stuck, which she hit on the highway.
“After she reported that she had shot down the animal at a speed of about 120 km / h, we were sure that it had died, because, according to the motorist, she drove another 12 km with a cat stuck in the bumper. A big surprise was the fact that he was still alive, “the police spokesman commented to Daily Mail.
The motorist hit a cat around midnight on the highway. Hearing a weak dull thump, she did not attach any importance to this, but after arriving home, she found in the grille of her Peugeot cat, which showed signs of life.
It was not possible to extract the animal independently, and the woman called the police. Guardians of order caused veterinarians who had to use a sedative to get the cat out of the bumper.
As it turned out, the poor animal suffered more from the hot engine than from the impact itself – the cat got a severe burn of the ears. In the veterinary clinic, the pet was subjected to several operations. The doctors could not identify the owner of the cat, and they decided to leave the beast for accommodation at the place of treatment. The chief doctor gave him a suitable nickname – Quasimodo.