Watch: Tiny kittens stuck between fences rescued by Daytona Beach officers

Watch: Tiny kittens stuck between fences rescued by Daytona Beach officers

Two kittens that were stuck between two beachside fences during Hurricane Dorian were rescued by Daytona Beach police officers, a news release said.

Two kittens that were stuck between two fences during Hurricane Dorian were rescued by Daytona Beach police officers, a news release said.
The tiny kitties looked disheveled and soaking wet when they were picked up Wednesday evening by officers James Bissa and Russell Gibbins in the 600 block of Butler Boulevard.
A woman called police when she saw the kittens trapped between a wooden and a chain-link fence that were separating two properties, officers said.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Amid a series of high-pitched meows, Bissa pulled the kittens free by sticking his hand through the wooden fence and grabbing them. 

(Watch the rescue video below)

Hurricane Dorian wasn't the most pleasant experience for these two little furballs... until our officers came to the rescue.

Posted by Daytona Beach Police Department on Thursday, September 5, 2019
Other than being wet and stuck, the kitties had no apparent injuries. Officers left the kittens in the care of the resident who called for help, the release said.
The resident joked they should name one kitten, "Dorian 2."
The kittens’ mother was not found.