The Scottish SPCA is caring for four kittens found inside an air-conditioning unit in Westhill.
The animal welfare charity was alerted by staff at Technip at Enterprise Drive, Westhill, on Thursday August 1 when the three-week-old kittens were discovered trapped in a vent.
They are now receiving care at the Scottish SPCA’s Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Drumoak. Staff have named them Dusty, Harrison, Crystal and Morgan.
Debbie Innes os the SSPCA said, “We’re unsure how the kittens got into the unit.
“It’s possible mum either had her litter there or moved them inside as a place of safety if she felt they were in danger. “The kittens were very hungry when they were found, As we’re caring for 15 kittens in total, food is in constant high demand and donations of kitten food would be a great help. We’re hugely appreciative of everything we receive and we currently have a plentiful supply of biscuits and adult food thanks to the
generosity of kind-hearted locals, so we’re specifically appealing for donations of tinned meat for our kittens at the moment.”
Donations can be handed into the rescue and rehoming centre at Drumoak.