WEST GREENWICH, R.I. (WPRI) -- Kittens are typically adorable when they find themselves stuck in whacky places, but - just like with house parties and schoolyard scuffles - it's all fun and games until the police arrive.
Joseph Harrington, an Eyewitness News viewer, sent in a video that showed a kitten trapped underneath the engine of his daughter's car. Two West Greenwich police officers were able to coax the inquisitive feline from the vehicle unharmed.
Mr. Harrington - who was on his way to drop off his daughter at the University of Rhode Island - was so enamored by the kitten that the family decided to adopt it, giving it its own home with plenty of couches and end tables it can attempt to outwit.
The kitten's new name?
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