RESCUED... YP Vets’ Natalie Olding and Chantelle Hackney with three kittens which were found tied up in a plastic bag. RESCUED... YP Vets’ Natalie Olding and Chantelle Hackney with three kittens which were found tied up in a plastic bag.

DESEX YOUR PETS

Vets make urgent plea after kittens found dumped in bag

VETS are urging people to desex their cats after three kittens were tied up in a plastic bag and dumped in Kadina.

The kittens, aged about 3 weeks, were saved when Copper Coast Council’s animal ranger discovered them and took them to YP Vets.

Veterinarian Natalie Olding said the kittens were in good condition considering their situation.

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