WYOMING, Pa. (WPVI) -- Pennsylvania state police were surprised to find a litter of kittens, believed to be only a few days old, inside an impounded car.
The seven little stowaways were found in Luzerne County earlier this week.
Since their mom was nowhere to be found, volunteers at Blue Chip Farm Animal Rescue are caring for the animals.
Because they are so young, the kittens need to be fed frequently just like a newborn baby.
Blue Chip Farm says if the kittens survive, they may be ready for adoption in eight weeks.
The rescue is asking anyone interested in contributing to the orphaned kittens' care to donate KMR Kitten Formula.
For more information visit: http://www.bcfanimalrefuge.org/
Pa. state police find litter of kittens in impounded car