Kittens taped into beer box and dumped are rescued

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Two black and white kittens dumped taped into a beer box have been rescued and are safe in care at a shelter.

THE RSPCA UK is appealing for information after two kittens were found abandoned in a cardboard box at Tumble, Llanelli, Wales.

The RSPCA said Wednesday that a member of the public discovered the kittens on June 22 June. They were found inside a Coors beer cardboard box that had been taped up. The box had been moderately soiled, indicating the kittens had been in there for at least a while before they were found.

RSPCA inspector Chris Coleman said: “These kittens were just abandoned in this box in a wooded area at the park. Luckily they were found by a member of the public who contacted us.

“The kittens weren’t really young – but about 10-12 weeks. They are the most delightful and friendliest cats.”

The two kittens are now in RSPCA care.

Inspector Coleman added: “We are appealing to anyone who has any information about these kittens to contact the RSPCA. All calls are treated in confidence.”








2 thoughts on “Kittens taped into beer box and dumped are rescued”

  1. I TOTALLY AGREE with you Linda!! anyone that has a cold BLACK, DARK HEART deserves to be put in a box smaller than their body taped up real good, NO air holes,food,water let them bathroom on themselves and bury them i9n the deepest darkest hole way deep in the woods!!! let them see how it feels, its sooo INHUMANE!! theres sooo many places to take them other than INTENTIONALLY TORTURING the poor, HELPLESS little babies.. whoever did this I hope KARMA gets them cuz they probably wont be caught, whoever you are your a disgusting worthless good for nothing piece of ____!!I wished I could meet you!!

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