“When Specialist Mike Grimes and Detective Detherage arrived, they didn’t hear a tick, they heard meowing,” sheriff’s office officials said in a Facebook post.
In the bag of cats they also found a letter, on a napkin, in which it was written that “Sprinkles” had gone into labor the day before. “My mother’s name is Sprinkles. Labor began at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17, “he said.
The sheriff’s office took the kitten cat to the Animal Friends Humane Society in Hamilton, where they are cared for and fed. The animal shelter said in a Facebook post on Friday that the kittens were washed because they were soaked in their mother’s urine, according to CNN.
“Sprinkles have been vaccinated and tested for blood and appear to be in good health,” the shelter posted. “She’s doing a fantastic job, taking care of her puppies, and all 7 of them will be adopted this afternoon.”
The Animal Friends Humane Society in Hamilton plans to provide regular updates on Sprinkles and her kittens on Facebook as they grow and mature over the next two months.
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