People.com Lifestyle Pets Family Rescues, Adopts Stray Kitten Found Tangled Up in Net at Kansas City Chiefs Stadium Miranda Comins was touring Arrowhead Stadium with her brother and dad when the family spotted a kitten tangled in a field goal net and rushed to save the stray animal By Greta Bjornson Greta Bjornson Twitter Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 30, 2021 03:59 PM Share Tweet Pin Email One family left Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, with a souvenir they were not expecting to take home: a stray kitten. On Sunday, Miranda Comins was touring the stadium — home of the Kansas City Chiefs — with her brother and father when the three of them spotted the baby cat tangled up in a field goal net, Fox 4 reports. Comins explained to the outlet that she was nearing the end of the tour when her dad saw something unusual on the field. "Our tour was almost finished. We went up to the penthouse suites, we were kind of looking over the whole stadium, as a whole it was very cool, and all of the sudden my dad noticed two little kittens playing down on the field," Comins said. FOX4 News Kansas City/YouTube Kittens Rescued from Fridge at Arizona Walmart While one of the kittens ran off, the other found itself wrapped up in the field goal net. Seeing that the kitten was trapped, Comins, her family, and their tour guide went down to the field to help the animal, according to Fox 4. After rescuing the kitten, Comins' brother, Dustin Weeks, took the animal home and named it Alex after former Kansas City Chiefs player Alex Smith. Weeks explained that both he and the kitten had undergone challenges like Smith and fought to persevere. "I got hit by a car, and so I got a metal rod," Weeks told Fox 4. "And Smith didn't give up, and neither did she, and so she's Alex. Not the souvenir we expected, but I'll take it." FOX4 News Kansas City/YouTube Stray Kitten Rescued from Airport Ramp Gets Adopted by Safety Officer: 'A Happy Ending for Everyone' While the "friendly" and "happy" kitty now has a safe place to call home with Weeks, her journey there wasn't an easy one. Weeks told Fox 4 that the kitten's head was wrapped in the netting when he, his father, and his sister reached the animal. "I was holding her [and] my dad and my sister were trying to get the head free. She kind of passed out for a couple of minutes," he told the outlet. "She stopped breathing for a minute, couldn't feel her heart anymore. Her arms were going limp." Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Luckily, Weeks knew just what to do. As a former Army medic, he is trained in CPR and began to administer an altered version of the life-saving method on the kitten, who responded to his efforts and immediately improved. "Apparently human CPR works on a cat," Weeks said.