GRAFTON, N.Y. (CBS Local) – A cat in upstate New York used up two of his nine lives when he was hit by a pair of vehicles on a rural road.

Harley had made his way out of his Grafton home and onto a local road when he was struck by a car on Aug. 2. The impact sent the feline into the path of a second car which struck Harley as well. A driver reportedly stayed with the injured cat until New York state troopers arrived and took Harley to Brunswick Animal Hospital.

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Vets say Harley suffered head and leg injuries, but somehow managed to survive the horrible accident. The hospital then started a search for the lucky cat’s owner on social media.

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Brunswick Animal Hospital’s Facebook post was shared hundreds of times and Harley’s owner was found a day later.

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State troopers reported that Harley is expected to make a full recovery.