LONDON — Cats are notorious for their peculiar post-partum practices.
For example, a mother cat will routinely relocate her litter, often moving the newborn kittens from one dark and quiet location to the next.
An East London dry-cleaners witnessed this unusual feline fact first-hand when, to its employees’ surprise, the desperate meows of four newborn kittens were heard coming from an unexpected — albeit dark and quiet — place.
The Forest Gate shop called in the Celia Hammond Animal Trust to retrieve the itty-bitty kitties from behind one of its tumble dryers, where the kittens were apparently born. Read more…