Orlando Police Rescue and Rehome Kittens Found at Impound Lot

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Photos via Orlando Police Department at Facebook


Members of the Orlando, FL Police Department rescued a litter of kittens from their impound lot, and found homes for all of them that same day.

Officers discovered the litter of five kittens under a car at their impound lot on Thursday morning. Three of the babies were easily captured, but the other two climbed up inside the car and hid in the engine.   Officers called in mechanics, who popped the hood and the remaining two kittens were removed from the car to join their littermates.

Violent Crimes Initiative commander Lt. Sue Brown set out to get the kittens adopted into good homes, using Facebook and a story on the local news to get the word out and appeal for adopters.

Police say this is Mama cat’s second litter they’ve rescued and rehomed.  They plan to catch Mama kitty to make sure she is spayed and to find her a home.

The Orlando Police department wrote at Facebook later on Thursday, saying “Good news! All of the kittens have been adopted to experienced cat owners and are now in loving homes. Thanks to all of the people who shared this story and for making it our most successful Facebook post with 11,188 shares.”


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