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Australia Kittens dumped in Adelaide's Tea Tree Plaza shopping centre, CCTV footage captures man and woman involved

15:15  05 november  2019
15:15  05 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Two seven-week-old kittens have been dumped in a garden bed at an Adelaide shopping centre, and the RSPCA is seeking help to identify the couple involved.

CCTV cameras captured the moment a man and woman abandoned the two kittens inside Tea Tree Plaza shopping centre, at Modbury, about 2:00pm on Sunday.

The kittens were placed in a garden bed located outside Tunzafun amusement centre.

A cleaner noticed the kittens and alerted security staff, who safely contained them before contacting the RSPCA.

The RSPCA South Australia inspector who collected the kittens reported they appeared scared by their ordeal, but were in good health.

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RSPCA South Australia is seeking public assistance to identify a man and a woman filmed by CCTV security cameras allegedly abandoning two kittens inside Tea Tree Plaza shopping mall at Modbury. The kittens were placed in a garden bed located outside Tunzafun amusement centre at 2pm on

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Both kittens are male and are about seven weeks old. They are black and white, one short-haired and one long-haired.

CCTV footage shows a man carrying a kitten in one hand as he enters the mall with a woman.

He is then seen placing the kitten among the plants in the indoor garden before the pair walk off.

They then stop inside the mall, and the woman removes a second kitten from her handbag and gives it to the man.

They return to the garden and he places this kitten among the plants too before they again walk off.

The kittens are currently being cared for at RSPCA South Australia's Stepney headquarters. They will not be available for adoption while the investigation into their abandonment continues.

Under South Australian law, if someone is found guilty of abandoning an animal, they can face up to two years in jail or a $20,000 fine.

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