Newborn kittens escape hurricane
Five newborn kittens that were born in the wild were discovered just before Hurricane Irene hit Weston (USA). Unfortunately, their mother has not been located.
The kittens were discovered by a group of workers weeding the Weston Garden. As the weeds were really thick, they were using a hedge trimmer and so found five felines just a day before the Irene barged in. The kittens have found new homes and are doing well.
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Text and image source: Norwalk Patch
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