As soon as Ford was free, Brennan rushed him to the vet to get checked over. While he was mostly OK, he did appear to have a problem with his tail, though his rescuers are unsure if it’s from being trapped in the car or from a previous injury. Regardless, he will most likely need to have his tail amputated.
For now, Ford is relaxing and getting some much-needed love and attention at the RSPCA’s Danaher branch. Unfortunately, he was not microchipped, so no one can be sure if he’s a lost cat or a stray who was trying to find himself a new family to go home with. Ford will spend some time recovering with the RSPCA, and if no one comes forward to claim him, he will be put up for adoption.