Deputy Reaches Into Hole In Wall And Pulls Out 2 Kittens — But Homeowners Don’t Own A Cat

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

Many animal activists like to stress the importance of spaying or neutering pets as a preventative measure.

One never knows what will happen, and you wouldn’t want your pet or your pet’s babies to be lost or to end up stray. Strays have a hard time surviving and will take shelter anywhere.

One couple realized that one of these strays had taken up shelter in their home when they heard strange noises coming from behind their home’s walls. They called the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office for assistance. 

Deputy Sheriff Nick Stewart arrived at the home and cut a hole in one of the walls.

He reached in and, one by one, pulled out two tiny kittens!

After assessing the situation and circumstances, the deputy and the couple came to the conclusion that the kittens’ mother must have taken refuge in the attic and given birth there. The kittens must have fallen between the studs and drywall before getting stuck there. 

After all, the couple doesn’t even own a cat!

The two little ones are now in safe and capable hands, and the couple is grateful for Deputy Sheriff Stewart’s help.

Please SHARE if you’re glad these two kittens are on their way to finding a forever home, and to remind pet owners to spay or neuter their furry friends!

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