Staff from an auto repair shop in New Jersey are now bottle feeding three little kittens that they rescued from an abandoned car towed to the garage from somewhere in New York State.
Technician Mohamad Tanta heard a small sound coming from the car and found the kittens in the back seat. Once he notified others in shop, they all started to help.
The kittens probably hadn’t eaten for a day or so, so they began to feed the babies around the clock. "They were very weak, they couldn’t even stand. They were very limp and lifeless," said office manager Karen Rideg via nbcnewyork.
Rideg quickly went to a local pet supply store to gather whatever needed to hand rear the kittens. With feeding every two hours, they have nursed the kittens back to health.
Many people have called the shop to offer their interest in adopting the little ones, but Bashar Orfali, the owner of the shop doesn’t want to separate the kittens, so trio will most likely make the auto shop their forever home.
Staff from an auto repair shop in New Jersey are now bottle feeding three little kittens that they rescued from an abandoned car towed to the garage.
With feeding every 2 hours, they have nursed them back to health.
Many have called in to offer their interest in adopting the kittens, but the owner of the auto shop doesn't want to separate them...
They will likely adopt all three together and make the auto shop their forever home.