Prince George’s County Fire & EMS rescued four tiny kittens from a WSSC utility truck Tuesday. (Courtesy WSSC)
One of the rescued kittens is fed. (Courtesy WSSC)
A WSSC crew heard “tiny cries” coming from inside its truck. (Courtesy WSSC)
Four tiny kittens were rescued from a WSSC utility truck in Bladensburg, Maryland. (Courtesy WSSC)
There was paws for concern Tuesday when a Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission crew
heard “tiny cries” coming from one of their utility trucks in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Four kittens had been born inside the vehicle.
Thankfully, Prince George’s County Fire & EMS Station 809 hit the scene and saved the little kitties.
WSSC tweeted that the “purrfect rescue” went just fine and that
Alley Cat Rescue is now caring for the kittens, who made it out with all nine lives intact.
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