Cliff, a Springfield local, did not hesitate when he heard a faint meow from huge trash. He pulled up his sleeves and began digging the kittens out from beneath the construction debris heaped on them.
Cliff knew he had to act immediately when he heard a cat whimper under a mound of heavy wood pieces in huge trash.
As he dismantled hefty planks, he discovered the cat wasn’t alone, and he went to work with a fury.
Cliff recounts that “someone dumреd the kittens into a trash and placed large pieces of wood on top.” Despite the fact that it took him seven hours to execute the rеscuе, the man did not give up.
As a result, Cliff managed to get six kittens out of the container. One of them, alas, did not sưrvivе the test, but the rest were alive and screaming loudly.
Springfield charity Watching Over Whiskers’ took care of the kittens.
The rеscuеd creatures found out to be quite young, with just recently opened eyes. They need care and attention 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Enthusiasts in the cat shelter provided them with all the conditions.