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Unbelievable cruelty at British supermarket

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Royal Society for the Protection of Animals welfare officer in the UK got more than he bargained for when he arrived at Sainsbury’s to find an abandoned eight-week-old kitten.

AWO Matthew Brown was called to Sainsbury’s, Rice Lane, Liverpool on Monday 10 November just after 10am.

A tiny eight-week-old black kitten had been dumped in the ladies toilets in a zipped up brown handbag.

The kitten has been named Sweep and is currently being looked after at Greater Manchester Animal Hospital.  

He appears to be in good health and isn’t underweight, although he was frightened by his ordeal.

Inspector Brown and security staff at Sainsbury’s have found clear footage of the woman dumping Sweep.

Inspector Brown said: “We need to find the person who did this. I am shocked that someone could just leave a kitten on his own in a supermarket in broad daylight.

“Poor Sweep must have been terrified.”

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