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The lost kitten was in a hollow area near the front bumper and front fender. Tantalizingly close for the four pit bulls.
A kitten holed-up in a car's bumper irresistibly baited four pit bulls overnight. The pit bulls subsequently almost tore the car apart. The car's owner awoke to the damages and a flat tire.
And he still had to get to work.
After driving 25 miles from Banning, Calif., to Palm Springs, Calif., the kitten was still in the bumper -- having survived four pit bulls and a 25-mile commute.
And all this before breakfast.
Animal Control helped the car's owner dislodge the bumper to remove the kitten, since dubbed Fender-Lynx (pictured). She is a female American tabby and is about 7 weeks old.
Fender-Lynx is at the Palm Springs Animal Shelter and is available for a $20 pre-adoption this Saturday. It's doubtful she'll have any trouble finding a new home.