Cat freed by mechanics after being stuck in van's exhaust for over 12 hours
Some British mechanics had their work cut out for them trying to get a cat out of a van's exhaust.
According to her owner, Daisy ran away from the people she was staying with for the night and took cover inside the vehicle. She was up there for 12 hours and the mechanics working on the car weren't sure if she made it through the night. Once they realized she was still alive, they got to work taking the car apart to try and get Daisy to come out, but she wasn't going to make it easy for them.
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