Firefighters Rescue Kittens from Fire at Vacant Home

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Photos, Steven Tur/KCTV5

Kansas City, MO firefighters responding to a house fire at a vacant home at 2am Sunday morning pulled two kittens from the residence and treated them at the scene with oxygen.

One of the kittens has serious burn injuries, especially to the face. The other kitten is said to be in good shape.

Photographer Steven Tur, from local station KCTV news, took the photos seen here and helped the kittens to receive further care after their rescue, according to the station’s website. KCTV made the video report on the story seen below.

The pair were given more oxygen at the Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners animal hospital, Northland Kansas City branch, where they are continuing to receive care.

See the brief video report on the story:


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