Severly Burned Cat, Mr. Biscuits, Rescued

A driver found a severely burned cat trapped under the hood of his car -- after traveling to work. The cat underwent surgery and is in recovery now.

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Catherine Blair Pfander
Mr. Biscuits is being cared for by The Grannie Project in Chester County.
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The cat was rushed to the vet after being discovered.
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Lisa Petty
The cat was named Engy before the shelter re-named him.
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Lisa Petty
Mr. Biscuits was trapped in the hood of a car and discovered by the driver.
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Chicago Police
The cat is sedated during his recovery.
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Mr. Biscuits suffered burns to 25 percent of his body, according to the Grannie Project.
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The cat's wounds were sanitized and the soot was washed off of him when he was rescued.
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The vet worked to improve his condition.
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Matt Duckor
The Grannie Project is currently working to raise $12,000 for the cat's recovery costs.
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The Grannie Project estimates that the cat was set on fire at one point in the engine.
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The cat underwent surgery at Metropolitan Veterinary Associates.
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Lisa Petty
The vet who performed the surgery left her home in her pajamas with her child, according to The Grannie Project.
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Meredith Gregory
The shelter fears the cat may need blood transfusions in the future.
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Meredith Gregory
It is common for cats to hide in the hood of cars during the winter.
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The cat was scared and covered by soot when the driver discovered him.
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Meredith Gregory
The driver went to check under the hood after he realized his steering wasn't working correctly.
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