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Pilar Vasquez finds three kittens

Three newborn kittens were rescued from a certain death after a worried woman had buried them in a black garbage bag in a closed garbage bin of the hotel full of trash.

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Businesswoman Pilar Vasquez convinced an employee at the La Torre Resort in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, to open the container door outside the compound of the luxury hotel after seeing the mother meowing in the neighborhood.

The desperate cat, who was watching under a car, was soon reunited with her babies & all were brought to safety.

Pilar Vasquez finds three kittens

She had to search the hotel rubbish to find them

She had to search the hotel rubbish to find them

Pilar Vasquez finds three convicted black and white kittens after a search through the trash of the hotel at the La Torre Resort in Porto Seguro, Northeast Brazil

Mrs. Vasquez encountered the painful incident when she walked her dogs.

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She claimed that she had argued with a man dressed in hotel kitchen clothing to open the gate to the caged waste area.

She said: & # 39; I had to insist because he initially refused to open it, even though it seems that he knew the little kittens had been dumped into it. & # 39;

A video, which takes just under four minutes, records the moment when Mrs. Vasquez finds the three convicted black-and-white kittens after searching through the trash of the hotel for the captive animals by following the sound of their helpless cries.

She persuaded an employee to open the door of the container outside the compound of the luxury hotel after she saw the nearby mother meow (circled)

She persuaded an employee to open the door of the container outside the compound of the luxury hotel after she saw the nearby mother meow (circled)

She persuaded an employee to open the door of the container outside the compound of the luxury hotel after she saw the nearby mother meow (circled)

If she hadn't persisted, it is likely that the daily garbage collectors would have unconsciously thrown them into the back of the garbage truck that afternoon and left them to die in the city's central garbage dump.

She filmed a selfie and stated: & I am Pilar Vasquez, I live on this road and I am shocked by this action. This is a crime & # 39;

She filmed a selfie and stated: & I am Pilar Vasquez, I live on this road and I am shocked by this action. This is a crime & # 39;

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She filmed a selfie and stated: & I am Pilar Vasquez, I live on this road and I am shocked by this action. This is a crime & # 39;

The animals' meowed panic can be clearly heard when their rescuer enters the caged storage area. It takes almost a minute before she can identify in which bag they are buried.

Plastic bag thrown away after bag, the local resident eventually finds the one she thinks is holding the doomed pets. It includes bags that are piled on top.

The vulnerable beings are not in the first big bag that is torn open, but is hidden in a smaller bag that is tied up in it.

In finding them, the indignant woman pulls out three newborns, weakened with blood-red legs due to lack of oxygen. Then she checks if there are no more inside the discarded plastic cups and bottles mixed with food and kitchen waste.

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As she does that, she angrily shouted: & # 39; Film this. I am outside Hotel La Torre. Look at this. (Initially) the employee refused to open the bags.

& # 39; The mother desperately mewed outside the store door because they were just born and this monster has put them in the bag to throw them away.

& # 39; How can someone do this? He is a monster when he has done this. & # 39;

An employee of the La Torre Resort in Porto Seguro, in the northeast of Brazil, opens the closed waste area

An employee of the La Torre Resort in Porto Seguro, in the northeast of Brazil, opens the closed waste area

An employee of the La Torre Resort in Porto Seguro, in the northeast of Brazil, opens the closed waste area

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After placing every find in a pet wagon, she reunites the grateful mother with her babies.

Then she swung the camera around to show her location and described the scene.

She said: & # 39; This is the kitchen staff entrance for the restaurant at Hotel La Torre.

& # 39; Someone had the courage to throw these kittens away. And this is the garbage dump where I found them. & # 39;

She filmed a selfie and stated: & I am Pilar Vasquez, I live on this road and I am shocked by this action. This is a crime. & # 39;

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The rescued kittens were brought to her house and a video shows the happy mother lying in the baby carrier feeding her hungry kittens.

Environmental police were called on the spot and an investigation into animal abuse was started.

It is a crime in Brazil to mistreat animals and the hotel can be prosecuted if it is culpable for the actions of an employee.

After placing every find in a pet wagon, she reunites the grateful mother with her babies

After placing every find in a pet wagon, she reunites the grateful mother with her babies

After placing every find in a pet wagon, she reunites the grateful mother with her babies

Hotel owner Luigi Rotunno issued a statement to the local media and stated that the resort rejects all forms of animal abuse.

He said: & # 39; Our standard procedure is to carefully collect stray animals, contact the control of zoonoses (an animal welfare organization) and bring them to the center. We are a pet-friendly establishment and we are proud of that. & # 39;

He confirmed that CCTV images had been handed over to the authorities. The images allegedly show the moment the kittens are caught in the hotel and possibly identify the person who has thrown them away.

The management refused to confirm whether the suspect was working at the hotel.

Local district judge, Dr. Andre Strogenski, who handled the case, told the Brazilian website Namidia News: & # 39; It's a shame, absurd and outrageous to still see this kind of attitude in 2019 & # 39;

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He emphasized that there are laws to penalize animal abuse.

He said: & # 39; Animal abuse is a crime and, in addition to a fine, prison sentences can last from three months to a year. & # 39;

The kittens have now been transferred to the city's zoonosis center for care and shelter.

Locals, shocked by the cruelty, are already waiting in line to adopt them.

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