CALGARY -- A kitten that was found wandering along a busy Calgary roadway and had bystanders scrambling to rescue her from under the hood of a car in the bone-rattling cold, has found a home.
Tanya Marzoff said on Tuesday that her 17-year-old daughter Ali claimed the feline as her own moments after the dramatic rescue, but said the kitten found her way into many hearts during the ordeal on Saturday, a day in which temperatures reached -40 C with the wind chill.
Ms. Marzoff was the first driver to stop when the kitten was spotted in the middle lane of the busy street.
"She obviously needed a home and we are going to do everything we can to make her feel like she's part of our family. But everyone really wanted to help."
The family has named the kitten Honda, after the vehicle she was rescued from.