The Animal Shelter in Vlaardingen has received a kitten who was found on Thursday in a waste container on the Crooswijkseweg in Rotterdam. “Actually, we have no words for this”, let the shelter know.
The creature was in a buttoned-up shopping bag from a large supermarket. The animal shelter reacts cynically via social media. “You put on your coat and you walk with the bag containing a little one who yells mieuw, mieuw, mieuw at a container. You throw the bag down and you go back inside where it is warm. dirty, what are we eating today? “
According to the animal shelter, the kitten is only about five weeks old. A woman heard the animal meow and took the bag out. “Fortunately, she was there on time,” says the animal protection, which includes the Animal Shelter.
Friday afternoon Appie will go to a host family in Gouda. “There are two kittens of the same age who also do not have a mother. That helps with the rehabilitation,” said the spokesman. “Appie is doing reasonably well now, in all circumstances.”
The animal has been given the name ‘Appie’, a reference to the bag in which it was found. “In Gouda he gets all the care and love that he clearly missed the first weeks of his life.”
Appie now has to rehabilitate for seven weeks. After that, the Animal Shelter Gouda will look for a new home for him.
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