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The kitten sneaked into the truck and drove through several countries, ending up in Germany. When the cat was found, he was hungry and very thirsty. He was taken to the vet.

The cat made a very long journey in a sealed truck. The kitten got into a truck in Tunisia and accidentally found in a sealed truck in Germany. The incident was reported by the police in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia on Twitter.

The animal travelled from North Africa to Europe, including crossing the Mediterranean Sea.

It was discovered by company employees in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia, where the truck arrived. They heard suspicious sounds inside and called the police. After the police arrived, the truck was opened, revealing such a stowaway passenger inside.

The stowaway passenger was very scared and hungry and thirsty. On the whole, his condition was satisfactory. The cops took the animal to the vet. It is known that the kitten is in perfect order, the doctor took care of it.

It is worth noting that the news about the tailed traveller spread throughout the local media and went viral.

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