Kittens shipped cross-country with computer equipment are rescued
After a restful weekend, who among us couldn’t use a tiny feline Tuesday pick-me-up? Sadly, there’s still no Seamless for kittens to cure your cubicle blues, otherwise we’d have at least a dozen furballs in our laps already. Some people are lucky though, like a Cox Communication employee who opened a package only to find two adorable stowaways inside.
Meet Mouse and Wi-Fi, the two newborn kittens who got packed away with fiberglass equipment and shipped over 100 miles in a semi-truck from Los Angeles to a warehouse in Chula Vista. Luckily for the two-week-old kitties, who still had their umbilical cords attached, a Cox Communication employee called his nephew, an investigator for the San Diego Humane Society, and they were whisked away to the proper care. The two will remain there, getting fat and happy, until it comes time for adoption.
If Disney’s looking for a sequel to The Artistocats, we’ve got your storyline right here.