Hume Police perform feline rescue on Bourke Street, Goulburn

Everyone knows that a fireman’s specialty is rescuing a cat from a tree, but who knew the policeman’s domain were kittens in cars.

Taking to social media, the Hume LAC reported on Tuesday they had rescued two kittens from an engine bay in a vehicle on Bourke Street, Goulburn.

ARM FULL OF FELINE: Senior Constable Bianca Williams. Pictures: Supplied.

ARM FULL OF FELINE: Senior Constable Bianca Williams. Pictures: Supplied.

“The Hume Police have been involved in an extra special rescue today, rescuing these fabulous little guys from an engine bay of a vehicle in Bourke Street,” the Hume LAC posted.

“The kittens have been vet checked and are in good health but not chipped and between 6-8 weeks old.”

Members of the community responded with wishes for the kittens health and praise for the boys and girls in blue.