Two Siamese Kittens Rescued In Cardboard Box

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Meet Paris and Mocha, Siamese kitten bottle babies rescued from a high kill shelter by Cats at the Studios, .

The kittens were abandoned at a high kill shelter. Culver City rescue group Cats at the Studios were called at 5:30 p.m. and had until 7 p.m. to get to the shelter to save the babies, who would have been euthanized had no one been able to rescue them in time.

Cats at the Studios raced to the shelter to get there in time to save the kittens’ lives. When they arrived they were relieved to learn that Paris and Mocha had not been PTS.

At first the kittens were very fragile, but now they are over two weeks old and love their bottle feedings.

Instead of sleeping in a box waiting to be killed, they get a chance to be adopted into loving homes.

The kittens will be available for adoption when they are 10 weeks old.

We see more kittens with Paris and Mocha in parts of the video, but they are not featured in the story.


Watch the touching Pet Collective video on Paris and Mocha’s story:

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