It all started a few weeks ago....A good Samaritan in southern ND turned in to the pound 5 kittens that were found in a dumpser. Someone had put them into a garbage bag, poured an unknown chemical substance on them, tied the bag shut & threw them into a dumpster at a gas station in a small town 45 min from Wahpeton. We dont know how long they were in the dumpster. Someone heard them crying & dug the bag out. A dedicated group of Diamond in the Ruff volunteers immediately got to work on the kittens by giving them their first bath to remove the chemicals, then feeding them their first good meal. Their care has been a 24/7 responsibility for our volunteer Michelle and her teenage daughter. Both her and her daughter worked tirelessly feeding and cleaning the kittens every two hours to give them a chance at life. All of us were hopeful they would survive the first night but definitely wouldn't have been surprised if we lost one or two (or all of them). 4 of them weighed in @ barely 4oz & the runt was 2.4oz. Fast forward to 6 weeks later..... What a transformation! EVERY ONE OF THEM SURVIVED AND ARE DOING GREAT! All of them will be available for adoption soon through Diamond in the Ruff. Unfortunately, the expenses we incurred during their rehab was tremendous and we need your HELP! With your generous donation, you will receive a chance to NAME THAT KITTEN. All proceeds with go to offset veterinary care and supplies needed for these kittens.
When you donate, please comment what you would name each kitten (picture 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5).