California firefighter rescues kitten from wildfires

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LOS ANGELES -- Firefighters make an adorable rescue while battling a California wildfire.

A newborn kitten, just a few days old, eyes not even open yet, discovered inside a bulldozer used to make a fire line.

Firefighters only found the single kitten; no sign of mom. Rescuers used coffee creamer and a syringe to give the hungry animal a meal.

"It had been in the engine compartment all day that day, all day the day before. And been transported from the facility where the dozer came," said the firefighter.

After dealing with two days being inside a bulldozer, that kitten is recovering with a vet.