A woman gets her horse away from the California wildfires in the back of her Honda Accord

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Lauren Mesaros needed to evacuate her home in Northern California, but her trailer could only hold two out of her three horses.

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The nurse put her problem-solving skills to good use, and corralled her pony, Stardust, into the most unlikely vehicle: her 2001 Honda Accord.

With the help of a friend whom she calls a “horse whisperer,” Mesaros was able to get the animal inside the car with hardly a blink of an eye: “He actually walked right into the car like a dog would,” Mesaros told SF Gate.

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The horses are now safe, having been taken to nearby ranch in Sebastopol, and luckily, Mesaros’ property was largely spared.

“My car will never smell the same again,” Mesaros said.

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