After two Texas police officers completed dealing with a larceny report at a local TJ Maxx store, they were unexpectedly approached by two little kittens who needed assistance. The unfortunate kittens were stranded in the parking lot of the business.
The officers heard little meows coming from beneath the automobile as they walked out of the store. They figured out where the kittens were in no time. One of the officers, Joe Bob Adkins, reached beneath the car and tenderly rescued the little kittens (around 6 weeks old).
“They found the kittens inside the bumper, where they were most likely deposited for some purpose by the mother cat,” Jesse Minton of the Arlington Police Department told The Dodo. “The car’s owner stated that she did not own a cat and had no idea how the kittens got in.”
Officer Adkins returned the kittens to the police car as soon as they were safe, attempting to make them feel safe and loved. The more time they spent with their new acquaintance, Officer Adkins, the more enamored they were of him. They couldn’t get enough of him and snuggled up on his chest in the loveliest way possible.
The officers took the kittens to the vet right away for an examination, and happily, they were in rather decent health. The kittens were starving after spending so much time under the automobile. As a result, the cops fed them formula from a little bottle, and they were overjoyed.
Officer Adkins and the two kittens have settled into their new home and are adjusting nicely. Adkins had no intention of bringing home two new family members that day, but he couldn’t resist when they cuddled up to him. He decided to adopt them and rename them ‘TJ’ and ‘Max,’ respectively.
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