By Megan Miller, Editor
LEEDS — Just before 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Deputy Tim Sanford stopped to assist a stranded motorist on I20, just west of Leeds.
The family had been traveling from Atlanta, when their car got a flat tire. Dept. Sanford offered to change the tire for them, to help them get back on their way. As he worked the jack near the front tire, he heard a fait cry form the engine compartment of the vehicle. When the driver opened the hood, he discovered a small gray and white kitten hiding inside.
The kitten was not injured, and appeared to be in good health, and did not belong to the family.
Dept. Sanford named the kitten Atlanta, and after getting her some food and water, dropped her off at the Greater Birmingham Humane Society.