Four pit bulls attacked the bumper of a minivan on Monday morning and did quite a bit of damage, including flattening a tire. According to their owner--who is also the owner of the car--they were trying to get at a kitten that had gotten herself stuck up underneath the car's front bumper.
Luckily for the kitten, she was wedged up in a safe spot and survived the attack without a scratch, although the vehicle didn't fare quite so well. The owner, upon seeing the damage that morning, changed the tire and made his way to work, a 25-mile drive. When he arrived and got out of the car, he heard meowing coming from beneath the car and called authorities to help him retrieve the animal.
"Fender Lynx", as she has been dubbed by her rescuers, is about 7-weeks old and is doing well under the care of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter. She will be put up for adoption on Saturday.