This is an “abandoned cats” story with a slight difference because the cats are what I call van type cats meaning cats with the classic Turkish Van coat pattern. They are lovely looking kittens. For all I know they could be purebred Turkish Van kittens. Perhaps a breeder abandoned them, although that seems unlikely.
People still abandon cats in the brutal and insensitive of ways. It is pure cat cruelty. In this instance five 9-week-old kittens were found in Clive Street, Cardiff, Wales, UK, inside a battered suitcase.
A passer by decided to open the suitcase. Perhaps he heard the meows. He saw the cute and vulnerable eyes of five kittens looking up at him.
They couldn’t have been there for long because they were is reasonable health except for one who had a doggy right eye.
It seems the rescuer telephoned the RSPCA who now have them in their care.
Why is it so difficult for these people to telephone the RSPCA first and ask for help or contact another rescue facility? Are they that lazy as well as immoral?
Sometimes people can’t cope and I understand that. Of course, we should be sympathetic towards people who struggle but I don’t see how we can be anything other than highly critical of people who stuff kittens into cases and leave them anywhere for someone else (with good fortune) to save them.
The kittens will be rehomed unless the owner comes forward. Fat chance and if they did I tell them to go to a certain place.
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