The devoted attachment between these two kittens showed an unfailing loyalty between the two. When one of the kittens was stuck 8 feet down in a PVC pipe attached to a home in Wall Township, she probably would have gone unnoticed and died there. But her littermate stayed by the open mouth of the pipe and cried for her sibling throughout the night. The Society’s Tinton Falls facility was contacted to help in the rescue.
Above is Piper.
Animal Control Officer Kevin Rooney went to the scene to assess the rescue. He attached a tag onto a piece of rope and threaded it down the pipe which was too narrow for hands. The kitten was able to grab on the rag and climb up -- barely able to squeeze through the pipe.
At right, is Pandora.
Piper and Pandora are sweet sisters and are now safely back at the Tinton Falls facility. Because of their obvious faithful friendship for each other, it is our hope to find them a home together. That would make a purrrrfectly happy ending for the Society and a meowvelous new beginning for Piper and Pandora.
Please refer to File TF-63903-F and File TF-63904 (732-922-0100) or contact us via e-mail.The Society is located at 2960 Shafto Road in Tinton Falls, near the Rt. 33-34 Circle and off of 102 (S) of the Garden State Parkway. The Society is open 7 days a week for your convenience.
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