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Investigations began after the kitten died following the abandonment of Canada Day

One of three kittens abandoned in carrier on Canada Day has since died.
Three abandoned animals One of the kittens died in a career on Canada Day.Photo by Articles of Association of Ottawa/Articles of Association of Ottawa

Articles of Association of Ottawa The kitten was also found abandoned on Canada Day on an animal carrier behind a commercial building near the intersection of St. Laurmbard and Don Reid Drive.

Police said the temperature in the area was about 30 degrees Celsius in Humidex and it is unknown how long the animals were there.

There was no water or food in the carrier.

Investigators noticed that the animals looked so weak that one of them could not stand.

"The kitten was immediately taken to the vet, but it's very sad to report a deceased kitten," the articles of incorporation said in a tweet.

"The Articles of Incorporation collect information / evidence to provide state animal welfare services for investigation," the agency said

On Canada Day, we received a call about three little kittens abandoned by a carrier outside a commercial building in the area of ​​St. Laurent and Don Reed.

Police said the cat was close to 30 degrees in Fumidex and had no food or water. (1/3)#OttCity #OttNews

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