HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Several newborn cats and kittens survived after being left outside in the scorching heat on the campus of Houston SPCA, according to staff.
An employee saw the 13 felines, aged 3-4 weeks old, and brought them inside where they were able to begin recovery with treatment by on-site veterinarians.
The Houston SPCA said they currently have 158 cats and kittens in their care. Eighty-nine of them are ready for adoption.
Animal cruelty can be reported by calling 713.869.SPCA or online at www.HoustonSPCA.org.
Video above is from previous post.
Newborn cats on the road to recovery after being left in scorching temps
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