Mangaluru: Woman throws five new born kittens from top floor, rescued by animal care trust


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Jun 21: In an inhumane act, a woman threw five new born kittens out of the top floor of an apartment building at Attavar in the city. The woman also drove out the mother cat out of the house.

The kittens, who were just born, were yowling in pain as they were getting wet in heavy rain and also due to the impact of injury sustained while throwing them from top floor to the ground.

Members of Animal Care Trust of Shaktinagar rescued the kittens and provided them shelter. The mother cat, which ran away as the woman attacked it is also rescued.

Many people have observed the cruelty of the woman and have informed the same to Pandeshwar police station. The mother cat was searching a place for its new born kittens when the woman meted such a cruel act on the kittens. Locals have urged strict action against the erring woman.

  

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  • Neptune, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 22 2021

    Can somebody tell me how to rescue my house kittens. Their own mother eats them. She's a horrible thing. We cant chase her nor rescue the kittens as she looks after them for around one week, i have hope, but then they disappear. Not easy to catch cats.

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  • Neptune, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 22 2021

    Can somebody tell me how to rescue my house kittens. Their own mother eats them. She's a horrible thing. We cant chase her nor rescue the kittens as she looks after them for around one week, i have hope, but then they disappear. Not easy to catch cats.

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