Survivor Kittens Available for Adoption

Mouse and WiFi are ready for their next adventure

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    NEWSLETTERS

    San Diego Humane Society
    Mouse and WiFi

    Two kittens, who survived being shipped more than 100 miles in a sealed box, are ready for their next adventure.

    The San Diego Humane Society is accepting applications for Mouse and WiFi.

    A worker at Cox Communications in San Diego County discovered the days-old kittens inside a shipment from Hollywood, where the kittens had been packed up and mailed by accident.

    Their survival was miraculous because newborn kittens need to eat every two hours, according to the Humane Society.

    Mouse and WiFi struggled to gain weight at the Humane Society’s 24-Hour Kitten Nursery, but they are now healthy and ready to go home.

    Anyone interested in adopting the pair should apply in person at 5500 Gaines Street. Applicants are asked to write a brief paragraph about why he or she would make the best pet apparent. Applications will be accepted through July 3 at 6 p.m.

    Because Mouse and WiFi are a bonded pair, they must be adopted together.

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