Two kittens were found packed inside a box, clinging to life, at a communications company after being shipped more than 100 miles.
The two kittens, both newborns, still had their umbilical cords attached when a Cox Communications employee in San Diego found them last week, 10 News reports.
The two were somehow packaged with fiberglass equipment and loaded onto a truck before being shipped from Hollywood to San Diego, a 127-mile long trip.
JC Collins, the employee that found the kittens, said he thought he had seen it all after 34 years of working for the company.
He then called his nephew who is conveniently an investigator with the local humane society.
Collins’ newphew said he believes the mother had the babies and put them in a safe spot, happening to leave them at the worst time possible.
That’s when the two kittens were likely packaged with the materials for shipping.
Now aptly named Mouse and Wi-Fi, the kittens are recovering nicely. One humane society volunteer said the two are now “fat and happy!”
When Mouse and Wi-Fi are eight-weeks-old, they will be spayed, neutered and ready for adoption.
*10 News contributed to this report.