When the bomb squad arrived to investigate a suspicious bag, they were shocked to hear meows from the bag
The Bomb Squad, expecting to find an explosive device inside the suspicious bag, unexpectedly finds a mother cat named ‘Sprinkles’ and her six new-born kittens. When Bomb Unit police were called to a church in Ohio to react to suspicions of a suspicious package, they were pleasantly pleased to hear meows and purring instead of ticks.
“There found a mama cat and her six one-day-old babies in a bag, with a note left stating ‘Sprinkles’ went into labour yesterday,” they said in an official statement. “Momma and babies are now safe, warm, and fed in the shelter!” they assured.
The animals were given “gentle washes when they arrived,” according to the shelter. “Sprinkles, purring throughout it all, received her shots and blood test and appears to be in good health. “She’s doing a terrific job feeding and caring for her babies, and all seven will be placed with foster families this afternoon,” said employees at the shelter.
“We will provide frequent updates on Sprinkles and her kittens as they develop and mature over the coming two months,” they added.
Credit: Butler County Sheriffs office
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