Watch: Kittens rescued from storm drain outside Marion County elementary school

Watch: Kittens rescued from storm drain outside Marion County elementary school

Four kittens have fur-ever homes after they were rescued from a storm drain Tuesday outside a Marion County elementary school.

 

Four kittens have fur-ever homes after they were rescued from a storm drain Tuesday outside a Marion County elementary school.
The kittens were soaking wet and hardly able to meow when school resource Officer Chuck Etheredge and staff members from Fessenden Elementary School found them.    
This one’s tired. That’s the feisty one there, Etheredge is heard saying in the video. (Watch below)
KITTENS SAVED!

Yesterday, School Resource Officer Chuck Etheredge and staff members from Fessenden Elementary School saved 4 kittens from a storm drain on the school’s property! One kitten found their fur-ever with SRO Etheredge and the other three found their fur-ever home with one of the teachers. Great job by everyone!!

Posted by Marion County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, August 13, 2019
They were able to pull the kitties one by one out of the drain, even catching the “feisty one.”
In the spirit of the school’s theme for the year, “superheroes,” two male black kittens were named Thor and Loki. A female orange kitten was named Captain America. The three kitty superheroes were adopted by one of the school’s teachers.
The fourth kitty, a girl, was adopted by Etheredge, but no name was given.