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The three little pawpsicles were rescued last week in Canada, with a fast-thinking guy who used to have a coffee to thaw them out.
On Wednesday morning, in the oilpatch worker, Mr. Diwisch of Alberta, had heard the tiny cries of the three kittens in the snow.
In a video shared on Facebook that has since gone viral, Diwisch of the records themselves, and the approach of the cats, and the whole of their tails were frozen in the ice. The fast-acting, man goes to his car and grab a nice hot cup of tea to get the kittens out of the ground.
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“So, today, I found three of these guys on one of the roads in the vicinity of one of the sources. Probably have taken off. The bad things that have been frozen in the ice, and they had to be there for the whole night. Took them home, fed and watered, they are looking for a very healthy and friendly,” Diwisch wrote on Facebook.
Diwisch said and took the kitten to a local rescue group to have them de-wormed.
Fortunately, for the kittens’ story does not end there. Soon after, he posted a most likely life-saving, video, Diwisch notified of an update, all three of the kittens were adopted to the same home, and are thriving.
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Mr. Diwisch, who found the kittens, but an update that all three of the kittens are now thriving.
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“All three of the little rascals to their new home today, the two of them together instead of separating them. All three of them are in the food and beverage, and high energy. Thank you to everyone for their attention and offering them very, very much appreciated,” he said.
The Alberta SPCA is shared with CTV News, that the asylum is not a current investigation into what seems to be the animal feeling of being alone, with an indication of the over-population of cats”, in the Canadian province of, as a cause of “the decision.”
“This incident should serve as a reminder to everyone about the importance of getting pets spayed or neutered,” says the spokesperson, Than Kobe.
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People who are found guilty of animal abandonment may be faced with a fine of up to $20,000 as a lifetime ban on owning animals.