13 kittens doing fine after being left in duffel bag outside PAWS shelter

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Thirteen kittens found abandoned in a duffel bag outside the PAWS Chicago shelter over the stifling-hot weekend are alive and doing well.

A volunteer discovered the moving duffel bag in the North Side animal shelter’s parking lot Sunday afternoon and found the kittens inside, according to a post on PAWS Chicago’s Facebook page.

“Thankfully, all 13 kittens are alive and well!” according to the post. The temperature reached a high of 82 degrees Sunday in Chicago.

The kittens are being cared for at the shelter’s Rescue & Recovery Center while they wait to be placed in foster homes.

Anyone who may be interested in fostering the kittens can email foster@pawschicago.org or visit www.pawschicago.org/how-to-help/foster/ for more information.

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