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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Oct 9, 2003.
Not a very smart Kitty;P
Quick, start the car!!!;f
Quit putting Meow-Mix on your fan shroud, Okie! ;N
Actuall, that happens a lot up here in the cold north. Makes a hell of a noise, and gets pretty messy.;g
I live in northern Illinois, and every now and then we get a really cold snap during winter. Several years ago during ove of these cold snaps, I was living with my father. His house was on the edge of a subdivision on the outskirts of town, and was bordered by corn fields.
As you can guess, some of the field mice decided to climb into the Surburban's engine compartment one night (I guess for the heat). I climbed into the truck the next morning and started it up for work and never heard or noticed the extra drag on the engime for about .001 seconds. LOL
I can say that I sure noticed it that spring, when the tempature rose. The stink was unbearable!
Back when I was just a kid, I had a cat that did the exact same thing. I didn't know it until I started up the engine, and the fan blades hit him in the back of the head.
Much money spent at the vet's office.
He had crawled up into the engine to get warm.