A happy ending for abandoned starving kittens found in Katy

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KATY (Covering Katy News) – Two of three kittens found in a bag on a median in West Memorial have reportedly been adopted and one still needs a loving home.

Deputies from Constable Ted Heap’s Harris County Precinct 5 Constable’s Office were recently called to check out a suspicious bag that was “moving.”

“When Deputy Debra Albert arrived she found three starving little kittens inside, very happy to see her smiling face as she rescued them,” said a social media post from Precinct 5. “Deputy Albert brought them back to one of our substations where they had a lot of fun getting food and nourishment, along with some fun exploring the office,” she added. 

The kittens were then examined by a veterinarian and made available for adoption.


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