Kittens thrown away like garbage

Garbage collectors make astonishing discovery in trash pile

Garbage collectors made an astonishing discovery in Daytona Beach, Florida, on Monday. According to Click Orlando, the workers noticed an unusual box sitting with a pile of garbage that was destined to wind up at an area landfill.

Thankfully the workers investigated and they discovered tiny, three-week-old kittens who had been thrown away. The discarded kittens were bundled up and taken to the non-profit ARNI Foundation for care. On April 24, the organization updated Facebook followers about the newcomers:

Meet our 4 newest babies! This box was left out with piles of trash on north Halifax today. Thank god the trash men opened the box and saw there were 4 tiny kittens!! Some amazing people rescued them and now they are safe!! After some food and formula they should be ok!!! They were starving!!!

All of the kittens are safe and sound today – eating well and being cared for until they are old enough to be adopted. Great work to everyone involved in saving their young lives!

(Images via ARNI Foundation)

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11 replies
  1. Diana Bradshaw says:

    BEAUTIFUL KITTIES!! WE PRAY EVERYDAY THAT GOD AND JESUS WILL GIVE ALL LOVING ANIMALS WONDERFUL LOVING FOREVER HOMES AND HEALTHY BODIES!!! AGAIN, WE PRAY EVERYDAY THAT ANYONE WHO HURTS OR KILLS LOVING PETS WILL BE SENT TO HELL,FOREVER, BY GOD AND JESUS!!! AMEN!!!

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  2. Red says:

    Thank you to the people who rescue and saved these poor babies. May the MONSTERS who dumped them be hit hard by a big huge dose of KARMA!!

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  3. Nancy Raymond says:

    Thank God for the kind men how saved these tiny kittens from certain death. Whoever did this I hope gets exactly what they gave, to be discarded like the filthy trash they are. May your life end cruelly and painfully.

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  4. Cynthia Como says:

    I’m so elated that these precious little lives have been saved! So thankful that these workers found these little cuties!

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