Phoenix police saves abandoned kittens who were doused with gasoline
PHOENIX — Two kittens have a new lease on life thanks to some swift and heroic action from the Phoenix Police Department.
Officers Bagnall and Friday rescued the kittens from the area of 35th and Dunlap avenues in northwest Phoenix on Sunday, according to a post on the department’s Twitter page.
The kittens had been doused with gasoline and thrown out of a plastic bag, the department said.
Saving kittens all in a days work for Phx officers.
These two kittens had been soaked with gasoline and thrown out of a plastic bag. Officers Bagnall and Friday rescued them from the area of 35th Ave. & Dunlap.
The kittens are now safe and receiving care at the Humane Society. pic.twitter.com/7wp0ZYEIuO
— Phoenix Police Department (@phoenixpolice) November 24, 2019
There’s more good news for the rescued kittens — they are now receiving care at the Arizona Humane Society.
No information was immediately available about a potential suspect in the abandonment of the kittens.
To find out more information on how to adopt or foster animals through the Arizona Humane Society, visit the website.
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