Inside were nine panting tuxedo kittens — and none of them were doing well. Morgan suspects they were in the container, which didn’t have air ventilation, for at least an hour. “It is really meant for shipping — it’s not meant for anything that’s alive,” she said.
To make matters worse, the kittens had been driven in a car with a black interior, which may have made them feel the heat even more.
“They were on black leather or black vinyl in that car, so that’s pulling heat down on top of them,” Morgan said. “Those kittens were in direct sunlight. There was nothing protecting them at all.”