On Wednesday, July 8th, a good samaritan saw this kitten being thrown out of a car on a highway, the kitten was rescued and immediately brought the Broome County Humane Society. 

What a horrifying story, right? How can we be sure this was the only kitten tossed out of the vehicle? Our heart hurts for these poor animals.

The Broome County Humane Society
The Broome County Humane Society

The tiny kitten has been named Miss Megan. She is currently being evaluated, and the Humane Society says her injuries are 'significant,' but will continue to do everything they can to help her have a full recovery.

We want to remind everyone, especially during kitten season, to be responsible pet owners and always report any signs of animal cruelty, neglect, hoarding, or the like. If you are choosing to rehome animals yourself, please thoroughly vet potential owners. And please, PLEASE get your pets spayed or neutered. Megan’s story is not uncommon but completely unacceptable and it is up to all of us to create better happy endings for these helpless animals. [Broome County Humane Society.]

We hope this poor baby kitten can survive this horrific act, and we would also like to thank the person who saved her.

The Broom County Humane Society is dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and finding homes for companion animals. They serve the community by sheltering animals, finding them homes, investigating reports of animal cruelty, educating people of all ages, and rescuing animals from threatening situations.

The Broome County Humane Society
The Broome County Humane Society

The Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization at 167 Conklin Ave, Binghamton, NY. They receive NO GOVERNMENT FUNDING and rely on donations, fundraisers, and adoptions.

Make a Monthly Donation:  Monthly Donation Program Enrollment Form

Make a financial donation by mailing a check payable to The Humane Society, 167 Conklin Ave, Binghamton, NY 13903.

Thank you for caring.

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