Crying kittens rescued from beneath Walmart refrigerator
By: Amanda Kabbabe/Gillian Pensavalle
Back in April, Walmart workers spotted a stray cat in their store. They alerted the Arizona Humane Society and found her a home.
Then just a few days later, they were surprised to find something that cat left behind. Well, two things, to be exact: baby kittens!
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The adorable little kittens were spotted under a fridge, and were discovered after employees heard them crying. They were reasonable scared and confused, lost without their mother.
The Walmart employees contacted the Arizona Humane Society Emergency Animal Technicians who were able to help these kitties out.
Rescuing them from under the fridge was no easy task. The technicians had to use a "snake camera," which they slid underneath the refrigerator, to figure out the kittens' exact location.
After disassembling the unit and pulling the sweet, tiny animals to safety, they were named Grace and Houdini. Since they were too small to be adopted just yet, the pair spent 12 weeks at a Humane Society foster home.
Now, the Humane Society has announced both kittens have found new homes as of last Sunday.
The only thing that could make these kittens' lives better at this point would be a lead role in a viral YouTube video!
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