Two kittens are alive today thanks to the efforts of a kind-hearted stranger.
It was late Tuesday night when someone called 911 to report that someone in a vehicle had just thrown the kittens out the window near County Road J and County Road 16, north of Bryan. The caller said they stopped and made sure that kittens were ok, then called it in. The kittens are 8 to 10 weeks old, both female, and are now both being cared for at the Williams County Humane Society. Fortunately, they weren’t injured at all. They’re not up for adoption yet, though, as veterinarians are awaiting the results of lab work to confirm they’re OK.
To adopt the kittens, or any other cat at the Humane Society, you can simply fill out an adoption application online at www.williamscountyhumanesociety.com or stop by the Humane Society in person on County Road 13. It will cost you $70 to cover the cost of spaying, vaccinations, feline leukemia tests and flea and worm treatments.