Evidently Ike's owner wasn't able to free him on her own, so she dialed emergency services. Even though it must have sounded an awful lot like a prank call, given the circumstances and all, first responders still came out to assist.
Sure enough, with the help from Rhode Island's Tiverton Fire Department, Ike was ultimately uncorked from his tight spot.
"We spent 10 or 15 minutes coming up with a plan, then we made a sling out of some towels that were in the car," Captain Craig Committo told The Dodo. "We lifted him out, but there was nothing easy about it, since he weighs so much. We got him on the ground without so much as a yelp. He was fine. It was a good ending."