The image above is of two of three ginger kittens rescued in Bluewater Bay after a kind refuse collector heard them meowing and scratching to get out of a rubbish bag placed on the verge of a Bluewater Bay home.
Not cool, not cool at all people.
Would you be able to look these poor innocent creatures in the face, smell their sweet ‘kittenness’, watch them bat at things, tumble and play and then seal them in a rubbish bag and place them carelessly on the verge only for them to be tossed into the back of a rubbish truck and crushed to bits?
So, whoever did this may the fleas of a thousand camels infest your hairy (and not so hairy) bits for a million years!
Apparently three ginger kittens were placed in a supermarket bag which was tied up and then in turn placed in a black rubbish bag which was placed on top of the refuse bin for collection on Thursday morning. The refuse collector found these kittens and took them to a caring Bluewater Bay resident for safekeeping.
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