Good Samaritans Rescue Kittens Thrown From Minivan

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Pyper McFarland and a second person both saved kittens thrown from a moving gold colored minivan on Thursday morning in Portland OR. Two of the three kittens are receiving care but a third did not survive.

Police are seeking the person responsible for throwing the kittens and confirmed that after the death of the third kitten, the animal abuse charge is now a felony charge. Oregon Humane Society investigators are asking anyone with information to call them. CrimeStoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Details follow in this news video from KATY TV.

3 thoughts on “Good Samaritans Rescue Kittens Thrown From Minivan”

  1. It is such a pity that the witnesses didnt notice the license plate number. these vermin should pay for what they have done.

  2. I hope that the person is caught. All right kitties it up to you now all you have to do is be yourselves and you two will a good and loving home. The people who saved them are heros and the vets and the staff who are helping them are angels.

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