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CCTV caught a couple last Sunday at 2 p.m. who dropped the cats in the dirt of the public flower pot (top right) in the Tea Tree Plaza shopping center in Adburyide in Modbury

Heartless moment, a despicable couple dumps two terrified kittens into a pot plant in a popular shopping mall

  • A man and a woman were seen dumping two kittens into the garden bed of a shopping mall
  • A cleaner found the frightened seven week old kittens and warned the security
  • The RSPCA now calls on the public to help identify the man and the woman
  • Leaving an animal in South Australia carries a maximum fine of $ 20,000
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A man and a woman are caught dumping two terrified kittens in a garden bed in a busy shopping center.

CCTV caught a couple last Sunday at 2 p.m. who dropped the cats in the dirt of the public flower pot in the Tea Tree Plaza shopping center in Adelaide in Modbury.

The safety vision let the man enter the mall with the little kitten in one hand, while the woman walked behind him.

CCTV caught a couple last Sunday at 2 p.m. who dropped the cats in the dirt of the public flower pot (top right) in the Tea Tree Plaza shopping center in Adburyide in Modbury

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CCTV caught a couple last Sunday at 2 p.m. who dropped the cats in the dirt of the public flower pot (top right) in the Tea Tree Plaza shopping center in Adburyide in Modbury

He then placed the kitten in the garden bed and the couple walked away.

Then the woman saw a second kitten from her handbag and give it to the man.

He threw the kitten in the bush with the first kitten before the couple ran away again.

A cleaner saw the frightened seven-week-old kittens in the dirt of the garden and warned security, who contacted the RSPCA.

The animal welfare organization is now calling on the public to identify the man and woman who are accused of letting the kittens go.

The RSPCA inspector who collected the male kittens reported that they seemed scared by their ordeal, but were in good health.

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Leaving an animal in South Australia carries a maximum fine of $ 20,000 and a maximum of two years in prison.

The RSPCA inspector who collected the seven-week-old male kittens (photo) reported that they seemed scared by their ordeal, but were in good health

The RSPCA inspector who collected the seven-week-old male kittens (photo) reported that they seemed scared by their ordeal, but were in good health

The RSPCA inspector who collected the seven-week-old male kittens (photo) reported that they seemed scared by their ordeal, but were in good health

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