What was the poor little kitty doing in the glove compartment to begin with?
ETA: This is a particular danger with very small cats. I've known kittens to crawl up inside wheel wells and engine compartments to sleep in a warm place. Teachers at my high school would have to check under the hoods and on top of the wheels before driving off to ensure they didn't take any of our resident cats and kittens home with them (or worse).
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A friend of mine kept hearing a kitten cry while she was on her front porch. This went on for about 2 days. One morning, she decided to track the sound. She found a kitten had somehow gotten inside the wall of an addition that her neighbor was putting up. She was shoving cat food & lunch meat in a very small crack between the drywall & the outer wall until the contractors arrived. When the contractors got there, she told them there was a cat stuck between the walls. They didn't seem to care. When she went back to her house and came back with a sledge, they gingerly cut a piece of the drywall out and there was a brown & white kitten. His name is now Dusty and he lives with them.
Cats & kittens will certainly curl up in the oddest spaces.
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