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Florida Sanitation Workers Rescue Kittens from Trash

Three sanitation workers from Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority in Florida rescued four five-to five-week-old kittens from a tied plastic bag while processing garbage.

The kittens are currently at Justin Bartlett Animal Rescue, where they are being treated for parasites and starvation. They are expected to make a full recovery and will be available for adoption in a month.

As for the workers, they are currently breaking the internet with their group Facebook photo. One Facebook user referred to them as the “Sexiest dudes EVER!”

The Huffington Post has the details:

Sanitation workers in Florida are being celebrated as heroes after rescuing four kittens they found trapped inside a tied plastic bag while processing garbage.

The workers at Florida’s Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority uncovered the four 4- to 5-week-old furballs last week, WPTV reported.

The Justin Bartlett Animal Rescue took the kittens in and said they were starving and suffering from parasites.

Read the full story here.

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