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Kitten thrown out of car finds new home with Ballycastle Police Officer

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A story with a somewhat happy ending has popped up on Facebook this afternoon, that of an abandoned kitten that has found a new home after a very rough day!

The young kitten was thrown from a moving vehicle in Ballycastle earlier today. Luckily enough for the poor cat, the driver of the car behind stopped and promptly took it to Ballycastle police station.

The kitten was taken in and found to be unharmed by it’s traumatic day and has now been adopted by one of the officers.

A PSNI spokesperson said: ” The driver was obviously more concerned with rescuing the kitten so no details are known of the vehicle from which the kitten was thrown.”

“Anyone who saw this and can help us identify the culprit should ring 101”

“Thankfully this kitten has definitely landed on it’s feet, it will be spoilt this Christmas”

 

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