In New Jersey, a black-and-white cat poked his head into a Hellman’s jar and then quickly got its head caught inside. When the cat began to panic, flailing and lumbering around as he tried to free his head from the jar, he caught the attention of passerby who tried to rescue the cat.
Eventually someone called in Tabby’s Place: A Cat Sanctuary, which had staff that could catch and sedate the cat to free its head from the jar. After the staff realized the cat was feral, they neutered and vaccinated him, then let him loose in a new barn home where he can roam freely. Who knew getting your head stuck in a jar could lead to a good outdoor home?