PETA Rescued 12-Week-Old Finnegan From Under a Mobile Home—Now He Awaits Adoption

Published by Elena Waldman.

After PETA’s fieldworkers urgently rescued him from under a mobile home, 12-week-old kitten Finnegan is ready to begin again.

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Our fieldworkers found Finnegan during a visit to help other animals at the mobile home park.

Loud screams and meows led the team to the source of the desperate cries: a shaking, terrified kitten hopelessly entangled in wire and mesh.

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The rescuers leaped into action, freed Finnegan, removed the mesh that was painfully wrapped around his neck, and gave him some much-needed care and attention. After persuading his owner to surrender him, they quickly transported him to safety.

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It didn’t take long for the rescued kitten, in the care of a compassionate foster family, to learn how to live indoors.

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Playful, affectionate, and as fiery as his bright orange fur, young Finnegan is ready to find his permanent home.

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Will Finnegan the Rescued Kitten Be Your Best Feline Friend?

If you’ve fallen for Finnegan like we have—and have the resources and endless respect a kitten companion needs—send an e-mail to [email protected].

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind