By: KDKA-TV News Staff
ERIE, Pa. (KDKA) — A sad story now has a happy ending.READ MORE: Beloved Family-Owned Flower Shop Says They Will 'Re-Bloom' After Fire
Two kittens that were thrown from a car window in Erie now have a forever home.
Last month, the ANNA Shelter Animal Cruelty Division said a person driving over the bridge on Peninsula Drive and W. 25th St. in Erie tossed four kittens out of their window. A motorist stopped and picked up the kittens but only two survived.READ MORE: Rock Climbers Gather On Mt. Washington For 28th Annual Emerald View Park Cleanup
On Tuesday, the shelter provided an update, saying the two kittens have a home.
“Carol and Richard opened their hearts and home to these two sisters as they became very bonded through this awful experience. Only love and affection in their future now,” the shelter said on Facebook.
The ANNA Shelter says the kittens underwent “intensive medical care and surgeries.” One cat had a broken leg and the other had a broken jaw.MORE NEWS: Four Freight Train Cars Derail In Altoona
No word yet if anyone is facing charges for throwing the kittens.