Kittens found in box, thrown out with trash

- Garbage men in Daytona Beach, Florida spotted an unusual looking box in a pile of trash on Monday morning.  Four kittens were found inside the box that was taped up and left along North Halifax Avenue.

The garbage men flagged down a good Samaritan who brought the kittens to the ARNI Foundation no-kill shelter.  They tell us the kittens -- now named "Whiskers," "Gracie," "Spike," and "Lucky" -- are doing just fine and should be adoptable in about a month.

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