TWO tiny kittens have been saved after they were found tied up and left to die in plastic bags in Mossend last week.
The kittens, which were abandoned in separate incidents, were each found by passers-by who spotted the bags moving and saved the kittens before they starved or suffocated to death.
Both kittens, named Dora and Diego, are now recovering at the Scottish SPCA’s Lanarkshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Hamilton and already proving to be good friends with staff.
But those responsible have been blasted by the charity who have appealed to the public for information about the incidents.
It is not known whether the abandonments are linked but the SSPCA believes it may be a possibility as the kittens were dumped in the same type of bag and the locations were only half a mile apart.
For full story see October 27 edition of the Bellshill Speaker.