HADDINGTON, Scotland, Sept. 24 (UPI) -- Veterinarians in Haddington, Scotland, said they are searching for the owners of a cat that survived a 45-minute journey clinging to the bottom of a camper.
Vets at the Haddington branch of the Links Vet Group said the cat was discovered by the Muirhouse, Scotland, owner of the camper after he spotted a tail coming from beneath the front bumper after driving about 30 miles, The Scotsman reported Wednesday.
The veterinarians said the cat was unharmed but frightened and covered with diesel when discovered.
"When you consider how long he must have been holding on for it's pretty amazing, because that would have included going along the bypass probably at a considerable speed," veterinary nurse Jennifer Jones said.
Jones said the animal hospital does not believe the cat was a stray and they are now seeking its owner.