Travelling in vet Dr Dato’s car one day, they heard a mewing coming from the engine. Dato stopped his car, pulled up the bonnet and, to his surprise, discovered a tiny kitten inside. Thankfully, the kitten – now aptly named Bonnet – was okay, albeit a little scared.
The team took him back to the New Vet Clinic, where he was given lots of love and care to help him recover from his ordeal. After a spell in a foster home, he was then old enough to be neutered and vaccinated, and he soon found a forever home with a local Georgian family. Bonnet definitely chose the right car to hide in!
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