Two newborn kittens had quite the adventure in April. Somehow a mother cat looking for a safe place for her newborn litter put them in a box packed with fiberglass equipment for Cox Communications (similar to Comcast) in Los Angeles. Since no one knew the kittens were there, they were shipped with everything else to a Cox Communications warehouse in the San Diego area about 125 miles away.
When an employee named JC Collins finally opened the box, he saw 2 kittens staring at him. Now what? Well, JC called his nephew who was an investigator with the San Diego Humane Society. This worked out well for the kittens, since the Humane Society in San Diego is one of the few 24/7 kitten nurseries in the country.
The kittens were very hungry, but employees at the Humane Society gave them around-the-clock feedings. Now they're both doing well and looking a little plump. Soon they will be able to be adopted. Nurse Jenny Bonomini who named them Mouse and Wifi, said that now, "they're fat and happy!"