Police Officer Rescues Two Kitten Siblings And They Won’t Stop Cuddling With Him

Two little kittens have found a new home after the long arm of the law extracted them from an unexpected hiding place.

As Officer J.N. Rowsey of North Carolina’s Durham Police Department headed to work earlier this week, she had no idea she’d wind up meeting that would change her life. The fluffy siblings were holed up behind the bumper of a woman’s car, and she sought help from Officers Hillard and Adkins who happened to be walking past. They were happy to be of assistance and got down on the ground to get a look at the two stowaways.

Now, he was about to bring home something precious: two tiny kitties.

First, Adkins brought the sibling pair to the vet to make sure that they were okay. They were clearly very young so it was important to get them properly checked out.

The whole ride to the vet, the kittens never stopped cuddling with Adkins. At the vet office, Adkins bottle-fed the hungry pair and learned that they were only 6 weeks old.

By now, there was no way that Adkins could give the pair up. They had snuggled their way into his heart, and he would not let them go.

The vet assured Adkins that the kittens were healthy, so Adkins was free to take them home.

What began as a routine stop to help an animal in distress ended with the start of a new friendship that will last a lifetime.

“The lucky kitten found a new home with one of the officers,” the police department wrote. “[She] quickly made [herself] comfortable and appears very happy to have found a new home with Officer Adkins.”

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