I came across another advertising with terribly looking pictures of a house with rotten indoor floors, rugged furniture and animal dirt all over the place. Just from the pictures you could see sick looking kittens being bred in closed doors. The location was 3:15 hours by public transport (one way) so because we don’t have a car it was impossible for us to make it. Luckily for those kittens, I was talking to one of our previous adopters Yonca and she offered to drive with her boyfriend Jonathan and bring them to us. The sad part of the story is that the owner of these babies is not really mentally stable and her mind goes on and off a lot resulting in her coming with excuses for us to pick them up later than sooner and one of little gingers died before volunteers could get a hold of her. 
When Yonca and Jonathan went into the house they saw the kittens with their mom and another cat inside a room than stank of cat urine, so strong that affected their eyes. 9 cats with 1 litter box filled with faces, destroyed and soak in pee cat beds and torn apart cat toys. Like from a horror movie kind of scene. 
When I saw the kittens for the first time I could clearly tell they were terrified of people, they were shaking and trying to hide from me and in a closer look I smelled they were all covered in dried pee and it was so strong I couldn’t let them stay like that for a minute longer (so they were in for a long warm bath). 
Our mission now is to take good care of the ones that we actually took out from that hell house; they are currently in quarantine and we are doing everything in our power to bring them back to being “normal” kittens so from now on we will spoil, cuddle them and give all the necessary vaccines and treats to see them blossom and grow strong. 
Updated info: 19/09/2019 Rosie and sister Ivy were adopted together by Jasmin and Tom. We wish them only the best to such a lovely couple and such wonderful kittens that had a rough start in life but now nothing to worry about anymore : ) / Happy adoption day!!!


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