Kittens found in Plainfield in a lumber shipment from Louisville

Posted at 2:20 PM, Jun 15, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-15 20:10:09-04

PLAINFIELD, Ind. -- Five black kittens had a long journey Wednesday. They traveled from Louisville to a construction site in Plainfield in a shipment of lumber.  

"One of the employees called us to see if we could help," said Cathlene Hirtzel from the Hendricks County Community Cats Program. "Hendricks County Community Cats Program raced to pick the kittens up to make sure they were safe."

After a good meal of some canned food, the kittens made a short trip to their foster home. They will be in foster care for a few weeks before they can be up for adoption.

The kittens foster family says they loved canned kitten food, and they could use donations for medical expenses.

Contact the Hendricks County Humane Society for their adoption and donation info.

Don't forget to spay and neuter your pets!

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