On May 3, a poor cat was found by a sanitation worker in Oregon was emptying a bin into his truck when he listened to the cries of an animal inside deep inside the receptacle.
The young kitten was sprayed with hardening foam and left to die.
Happily, the foam was removed from the poor kitten.
“He looked like something out of a Halloween horror show,” Diane Healey, from the Hillsboro Veterinary Clinic, told FOX 12 News. “It obviously hadn’t been there too terribly long, or he would have suffocated. The head was covered, the face was covered, the legs were stiff, he couldn’t move them.”
The driver took the garbage can back to the Hillsboro Garbage Disposal facility where shop staff worked together to remove the 8-week-old male kitten from the spray foam and take it to a local veterinarian for care. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office wrote.