A caring resident heard meowing coming from a small gap between two walls and went to investigate and found five baby kittens amid the debris that had piled there. The California resident quickly called Hope For Paws, a non-profit animal sanctuary, to ask for help for the distressed kittens.
In an effort to eradicate animal cruelty, homelessness, and neglect, Hope For Paws, a 501c3 organization, rescues animals in the Los Angeles area and worldwide. They not only rescue animals but also look after them, take care of all of their medical requirements, and either return the animals to their original homes or help locate new ones.
Quickly after receiving the call, rescuers left their area and went to save the kittens. This rescue required a lot of physical skill since the rescuers had to climb over a wall with barbed wire at the top and search through a pile of trash in a small space between two buildings.
With the aid of gloves and a substantial transport blanket, the kittens were carried outside. Thank goodness, the kittens were unharmed.
This rescue resulted in the relocation of the kittens to their new, permanent homes. Let’s get in touch with your local rescue or authorities to save any animals you find in need rather than attempting to trespass. If you do this, you might hurt yourself or the animals.
A kind resident discovered five young kittens amid the debris that had piled there after hearing meowing coming from a small opening between two walls. To aid the sad kittens, the resident immediately phoned Hope For Paws, a non-profit animal shelter in California.
A 501c3 nonprofit called Hope For Paws rescues animals in the Los Angeles region and elsewhere in an effort to put an end to animal abuse, homelessness, and neglect.
Not only do they rescue animals, but they also care for them, meet all of their medical needs, and either bring them back to their original homes or assist in finding new ones.
Rescue personnel responded quickly to the call and headed to the kittens’ location to save them. Because the rescuers had to climb over a wall with barbed wire at the top and sift through a mound of rubbish in a confined location between two walls, this rescue took considerable physical expertise.
The kittens were taken outside using gloves and a thick shipping blanket. Thankfully, there were no injuries to the kittens.
The kittens were saved and relocated to their new permanent homes as a result of this rescue. Instead of attempting to trespass, let’s contact your local rescue or authorities to save any animals you discover in need. You or the animals may get injured if you do this.
Watch the entire kitten rescue here!
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Credits: Hope For Paws