Kittens abandoned at Aberdeen recycling bins

Morris and Sonny The kittens have been named Morris and Sonny

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The Scottish SPCA has appealed for information after two kittens were found abandoned at recycling bins in Aberdeen.

The black pair, thought to be just a few weeks old, were found in a cat carrier at Morrisons in King Street on Monday morning.

It is believed they had been left overnight.

Animal rescue officer Kenny Carle said: "There was no food or water. They would have been extremely cold."

They were taken to the animal charity's Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre at Drumoak, where they have been named Morris and Sonny.

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