Two tiny kittens are said to be doing well after quite a harrowing experience. The kittens were sealed in a tote and tossed off an overpass along the Kensington.
Hope for Cats, a non-profit rescue group has been caring for the animals and say they are both resting comfortably.
Buffalo Police, meantime, are looking for the person or people responsible for doing such a awful thing.
According to Buffalo Police, it all happened just before midnight on Monday. Two people who happened to be under the overpass, heard a thump and when they went to check it out, found two kittens inside the tote plastic tote. It happened at the Route 33 overpass by Michigan Ave and Goodell St. The kittens were taken to a cat rescue facility. Anyone with information is asked to please call or text our Confidential TIPCALL LINE at 716-847-2255.
If you are interested in adopting the kittens or if you would like to make a donation for their care – contact Hope for Cats.
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