Cats Rescued After Being Thrown Out of Car Window - Michigan Humane Society

Cats Rescued After Being Thrown Out of Car Window

Mother cat, with two vulnerable kittens, thrown out car window to fend for herself

May 4, 2016

The Michigan Humane Society Rescue Department received a call from a concerned citizen who had witnessed a mother cat along with her two kittens being thrown out of a car window. The witness, fearing for the well-being of the three felines, took the mother cat and her kittens back to her home so they would be safe until help could arrive.

The MHS rescue department arrived on the scene. The cats were nervous and afraid as they tried to hide in the cardboard box set out for them. They even tried to crawl inside the vest of our rescue driver. Fortunately, they showed no evident signs of sickness or injury despite being abandoned on the street.

However, they were still homeless.

The mother cat and her kittens were taken to the MHS veterinary center where they were scanned for microchips, given vaccinations, and given a clean bill of health.

These three felines, Selena, Ariana, and Demi, now have a second chance at a good life. Your support is the reason this mother cat and her two kittens are no longer stranded on the streets, and instead have the chance at loving forever homes.

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