Drive-By Kitten Toss

Published February 22, 2013

The police in Keflavík were called earlier this week when residents witnessed a man stop his vehicle, toss three kittens out the window and then spend off, leaving the felines behind, Vísir reports.
A couple of witnesses were able to catch two of the kittens but the third had run away. Animal control in Reykjanesbær was called and the kittens were taken into their custody.
The police in Keflavík remind you that tossing kittens out of your vehicle is against the law, even if you don’t feel like registering them.



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