Two Officers Save Kittens Life With Help From A Burrito

Two Officers Save Kittens Life With Help From A Burrito

It’s not just everybody’s favorite food, now burrito’s are also every heroes special tool.

Superman may not wear one on his utility belt, but maybe he should start after a few California police officers rescued a kitten with the help of half-eaten Mexican food.

Officers Jimenez and Corona of the Parlier Police Department in California used a piece of “partially eaten” burrito to lure the hungry animal from the pipes, the department said on Facebook.

[Parlier Police Department]
The rescue effort on Monday also included some meowing by the officers, according to NBC-affiliate KCRA. That meowing can be heard in the video the police department posted to their Facebook page, which the officers captured as they tried to lure the cat from its tight predicament. The kitten is now safe and in the care of Parlier Animal Control, according to police.

The kitten is now safe and in the care of Parlier Animal Control, according to police.

[Parlier Police Department]

Authorities also said that Officer Corona hopes to adopt the kitten. It might not come as a surprise to any of our readers that he wants to name his furry friend none other than…burrito.

Take a look at the charming footage and don’t forget to SHARE this cute tale with friends and family.

[Featured Image: Parlier Police Department]