Hearing their desperate meows from down an alleyway, she found four very thirsty very thin kittens in a garbage bag.
The good Samaritan in Los Angeles took the four kittens home to, first of all, give them something to drink, then feeding them too. She then got in touch with her local community to see if someone could take them in and give them the care they required.
A no-kill rescue group quickly stepped in to help. Saving One Life – San Diego a volunteer-run group knew they had to act immediately after they saw the painful images.
According to Brianne Youngberg, Director of California Operations multiple people volunteered to make the drive from Watts to Vista to pick up the struggling kittens.
Once the kittens were safely housed they were given all the care and medical attention they so desperately needed. They were all severely dehydrated, and two were extremely malnourished, they required around the clock care.
Given the names Fath, Hope, Spirit, and Love they were soon back on all four paws, gaining weight, strength and therefore their kittenish energy.