Two kittens missing after someone stole a pet carrier at O’Hare and then tossed it into a trash bin

A man and woman spotted the blue carrier in the trash, rescued the kittens and left the airport with them.

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Two kittens were reported missing Dec. 6, 2021, after a person threw a blue carrier they were inside in the trash at O’Hare International Airport.

Two kittens were reported missing Dec. 6, 2021, after a person threw a blue carrier they were inside in the trash at O’Hare International Airport.

Chicago police

Chicago police are asking for help finding a man and woman who recovered two kittens who had been tossed into a trash bin at O’Hare International Airport earlier this month

The kittens were inside a blue pet carrier that was stolen from a traveler waiting to board his flight on Dec. 6, Chicago police said. The person then threw the carrier and the kittens in the trash.

A man and woman saw the blue carrier, rescued the kittens and left the airport with them, police said.

Police are asking for help identifying a man and woman they believed rescued two kittens that were stolen and thrown into a trash can Dec. 6, 2021, at O’Hare International Airport.

Police are asking for help identifying a man and woman they believed rescued two kittens that were stolen and thrown into a trash can Dec. 6, 2021, at O’Hare International Airport.

Chicago police

Anyone with information can contact Area Five police at 312-746-7394.

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