Two Texas police officers had finished dealing with a theft at a local TJ Maxx store when suddenly they were informed that their help was needed. Two tiny kittens are trapped under a car in the parking lot of a store.
Concerned about the kittens’ safety, the officers quickly approached the cars. They immediately heard a soft meow from somewhere under the car.
“They found the kittens inside the bumper, where the mother probably put them for some reason,” said Jesse Minton of the Arlington Police Department. “The owner of the car indicated that she does not have a cat and she does not know how the kittens got there. ”
Once they found out exactly where the kittens were, Agent Joe Bob Atkins was able to carefully walk under the car and gently remove the confused kittens.
As soon as they were safe, Constable Atkins returned the kittens to the police car. He just kept them so that the kittens could feel safe and loved. And the kittens really liked to cuddle up to their new friend and curl up sweetly on his chest.
The officers immediately took the kittens for examination to the veterinarian, who determined that they were about 6 weeks old. They were relieved to learn that the kittens are in pretty good condition.
They assumed the kittens must have been hungry. Having no idea how much time they had spent under the car, the officers gave them the mixture in a small bottle. And every minute they are falling in love with them more and more.
The more time they spent with their new friend, Officer Atkins, the more the kittens fell in love with him. So it didn’t take long for the officer to decide to officially adopt them.
“He thinks he could call them ‘TJ’ and ‘Max,'” Minton said.
Two kittens now live in their new home.
Perhaps he didn’t plan to bring home two new family members that day. But as soon as they snuggled up to him, he just couldn’t resist.