Pink Panther Turns White
Four, four-week-old ‘pink kittens’ that were rescued from a concrete plant in Cornwall in May are getting their natural colour back, according to bbc.co.uk.
The male and three females were living in a concrete factory in Cornwall where they came into contact with red pigment used in concrete manufacturing. After the four kittens had been abandoned by their mother, they were rescued in May and have been looked after by Cats Protection in Truro.
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