Duluth, GA – Newborn kittens, cruelly tossed from the window of a moving vehicle, were saved thanks to an observant good Samaritan. On April 5, Planned PEThood of Georgia said:
Last night, a lady witnessed someone toss what she thought was trash out a car window while going through a busy intersection. She was suspicious and decided to stop to check it out. She couldn’t believe what she saw! Two neonate kittens!
The Good Samaritan kept the kittens overnight and brought them into Planned PEThood first thing this morning. We called the police to file a report and they immediately sent out a compassionate cat dad to help. The incident is being investigated as animal cruelty, and efforts are underway to find the person responsible.
Amazingly, unbeknownst to the good Samaritan, a third kitten had been thrown out of the vehicle. A different good Samaritan located the tiny kitten after searching the area where the others had been found. Planned PEThood said:
The third sibling, a little boy, miraculously made it alone all night outside. After he was brought in this morning, we fed and cared for him, before reuniting with his siblings. All snuggled up before they went home with a foster tonight, as they will require round-the-clock care!
Donations can be made directly to Planned PEThood. The group said:
Donations to help these kittens we took in TODAY would be greatly appreciated. Each of these kitties will need extra veterinary care, formula, warming supplies, and more. Donations of $10 or $20 would make a HUGE difference to help these two kitties.
Donations are desperately needed below, at PEThoodGA.org/give, or on PayPal using email@example.com.