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article imageSocial network saves cat trapped in car in Belarus (video)

By Anne Sewell     Jan 9, 2013 in Internet
Mogilev - A cat managed to sneak into someone's car in Mogilev, Belarus and apparently spent four days locked in there, until rescued by the powers of a Russian social network.
Regular passersby became very concerned, as days went by, and the cat remained trapped inside the car. A group of activists started a rescue operation.
Initially they pasted signs all over the car, imploring the owner “to release the kitten.” When this didn't work, they contacted the police.
Apparently under the country's law, neither police nor emergency services are allowed to open the car without permission from the owner, who unfortunately did not go near his car for several days.
The group then made the video above which was uploaded to a Russian social network, Odnoklassniki (Classmates), and it immediately went viral.
At last the owner of the car was found and he immediately went to the vehicle to rescue the cat.
The car owner said, “I have been told via internet. ‘Free the cat!’ people told me. I was totally confused: Which cat? Where?” as he finally opened the vehicle.
A social network in Russia saved the life of a cat  trapped in a car.  Sign reads: “Dear car owner...
A social network in Russia saved the life of a cat, trapped in a car. Sign reads: “Dear car owner! Animal inside! Urgently open your car!”
It all appears to be a mystery, as the car was apparently parked there for around a month and there is no way the cat had been there all that time.
The owner told Mogilyev News, “The car broke down and has been parked here for around a month. But I think the cat would not survive a whole month here. I just don’t know how it got inside.”
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