Fire and Rescue NSW had to pull off a 'purr-fect' rescue effort to free a cantankerous kitten from a car dashboard.
'Dashi' the ginger kitten was being driven home for the first time by its new owner in Blackett, Sydney's West just before midday yesterday, when the frightened feline made a run for it, scampering behind the dashboard where it got stuck.
A distress call went out to the crew from the Ropes Crossing Fire Station, who carefully took apart the dash of the Holden sedan to free the uninjured, ginger kitty during a two-hour operation.
Now named "Dashi" by its owner as a result of its ordeal, firefighters pulled off the 'purr-fect' rescue effort to free the uninjured, ginger kitty.
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