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The moment a couple dumped two tiny kittens in a shopping centre has been caught on camera.
The pair were captured on CCTV leaving the animals at a South Australian mall.
They were abandoned in a garden bed at Tea Tree Plaza in Modbury, Adelaide at 2pm on Sunday.
Luckily, a cleaner spotted the animals, who are about seven weeks old, and they were rescued by the RSPCA South Australia.
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The charity is now trying to track down the couple.
The man can be seen carrying the kitten into the mall in one hand and placing it in the garden.
Then, the woman takes another cat from her handbag and gives it to the man who also puts it among the plants.
RSPCA South Australia, which is taking care of the kittens, said in a statement they were "scared by their ordeal, but were in good health."
The kittens, both of which are male, are not yet available for adoption.
Anyone found guilty of abandoning an animal can face up to two years in prison or a $20,000 fine.
Anyone with information is should contact the RSPCA on 1300 4 777 22.
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