It was over 100 degrees the day a car pulled up to the Southeast Volusia Humane Society in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. When the driver and passenger got out, they carried a plastic storage tote. They’d found kittens in their neighborhood, the people said, and they wanted to bring them here.
“I looked up and saw this kitten peek his head up from between the two flaps of the tote, and for some reason, they [the people] were trying to push the kitten back in,” Karen Morgan, executive director of Southeast Volusia Humane Society, told The Dodo. “A staff member and myself ran outside quickly. I grabbed the tote from them, and came in and opened it.”