A cat named Buddy was trapped under the hood of a Hyundai Elantra in North Babylon. Suffolk police officers attempted to retrieve it, but the cat eventually freed itself.
A cat named Buddy somehow became trapped in
A cat named Buddy somehow became trapped in an Elantra's engine compartment, police said. (May 6, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)
Suffolk County police officers and emergency service officers
Suffolk County police officers and emergency service officers work on rescuing Buddy, a cat who became stuck in the chassis of a car on August Road Monday morning in North Babylon. (May 6, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)
Suffolk County police First Precinct officer Danny Parella
Suffolk County police First Precinct officer Danny Parella carries Buddy the cat and places him into a carrier as the owner, Patrick Berbert, 17, looks on in front of a home on August Road in North Babylon. (May 6, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)

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Suffolk County police officers and emergency service officers
Suffolk County police officers and emergency service officers work on rescuing Buddy, a cat who became stuck in the chassis of a car on August Road Monday morning in North Babylon. (May 6, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)
Suffolk County police First Precinct Officer Danny Parella
Suffolk County police First Precinct Officer Danny Parella carries Buddy the cat to safety after emergency service officers, along with the patrol officers, worked on rescuing the cat after he was stuck in the chassis of a car in front of a home on August Road in North Babylon. (May 6, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)