Pedigree kittens rescued from Birmingham canal

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image source, West Midlands Police
image captionThe kittens were found on 10 April, after a man saw them in a box on the canal

Two kittens, believed to be pedigrees, have been rescued from a canal in Birmingham.

The kittens were found on 10 April, after a man saw them in a box on the canal.

West Midlands Police said the kittens were believed to be a pedigree breed and could be worth several hundred pounds.

They are currently being looked after at a cattery. Police have been informed in case the animals were stolen.

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