Ohio bomb squad finds cat and kittens after ‘suspicious bag’ tip

This was not the cat-tragedy they were expecting.

The Ohio bomb squad discovered only a half-dozen newborn kittens and their mother sprinkles to investigate a suspicious bag left outside an Ohio church.

The Butler Sheriff’s Office said, “She had a 6-day-old baby in a mother cat and a bag.” In a facebook post.

The statement said, “Sprinkles” was released to Labor on 2/17 yesterday.

Both the mother and the kittens were taken to the Animal Friends Shelter, where they were bathed and cared for by the staff.

“Sprouts, throughout it all, received her vaccines and blood tests and appears to be in good health. According to the shelter’s information, she is doing a fantastic job nursing and caring for her children, and all 7 of their parents. Will be kept with family.

“We will give regular updates on sprinkles and its kittens as they develop and mature over the next two months.”

Animal friends use social media to spotlight cats who need to adopt or foster home as a part of their “Feline Friday”. Sprinkles and her kittens were featured in this week’s post.

Six kittens that were found outside a church in Ohio.
Six kittens that were found outside a church in Ohio.
Butler Sheriff’s Office

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