A cat was lucky it didn't need pet medication after being stuck under the bonnet of a moving car for 17 miles.
Diane Findlay from anchory, Aberdeenshire, drove into Aberdeen for an appointment without realising one-year-old Kenzie was stuck under the bonnet.
She told the news provider: "There was a strange smell like burning and I thought I must get the car checked out later.
"I eventually parked, locked the car, and then heard this 'miaow' and thought 'oh no, I do not believe it'."
Ms Findlay had a nearby man open the bonnet and they discovered Kenzie lying on the cylinder head gasket.
"Her back legs were a little singed. I cancelled my appointment and drove her home."
She added that she now feels "paranoid" about driving anywhere.
According to the Mirror, in March a cat got stuck under a car bonnet and managed to survive a 30 mile trip. It was found after meows were heard.