(CBS Detroit) — Michigan State Police released a video of what seemed to be a usual drive.
However, it wasn’t until the truck ahead of the patrol vehicle pulled forward that a black kitten appeared.READ MORE: 'Ride For Equity’ Detroit To Mackinaw City Raises Equitable Funding For Black Business Awareness
Officials say the cat was rescued by Trooper Conner of the Metro South Post.READ MORE: Wayne County Man Wins $1M On Scratch Off Lottery Ticket
“After the cat fell from the truck, he was able to get the cat to safety and to the Michigan Humane Society for a check up and warm spot to sleep,” read a tweet from MSP.
Police did not specify when and where the incident happened.MORE NEWS: No Charges Filed Against Roseville Police Officer In Fatal Shooting Of Man With Knife
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From the Cat Files: While on patrol Tpr. Conner of the Metro South Post noticed a cat hitching a ride on the back of a truck. After the cat fell from the truck, he was able to get the cat to safety and to the Michigan Humane Society for a check up and and warm spot to sleep. pic.twitter.com/NxHVvki1GT
— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) January 27, 2022