2 kittens found covered in sticky goo, investigator looking for person responsible

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Two kittens were found covered in chemicals Friday night and authorities are trying to figure out who did it to them.

Good Samaritans found the kittens on Friday Maryville, Tennessee. They dropped them off at Midland Pet Emergency Center. It took workers three hours to clean the kittens.

(Courtesy: Blount County Humane Society Facebook Page)
(Courtesy: Blount County Humane Society Facebook Page)

Blount County Humane Society President and animal cruelty investigator Steven Phipps says they were covered in a sticky product called ‘Good Stuff.’ It’s used to insulate gaps around windows and doors.

Some of the product is still stuck on their skin.

“It was a shocking thing to seem” said Phipps. “It is terrible, nobody can imagine why anybody would do that,” said Phipps.

After shaving off two bags of fur, Phipps says they’re in good condition.

“By the next day they were really improving, eating drinking and the vets think they’re going to make a full recovery,” he said.

Blount County Humane Society would like for anyone who knows what happened to these kittens to speak up.

“They definitely need to be disciplined for this and if we find out who does it we will work with the district attorney to see what charges

(Courtesy: Blount County Humane Society Facebook Page)
(Courtesy: Blount County Humane Society Facebook Page)

need to be filed,” he said.

The society’s Facebook posts touched some of their followers’ hearts who came into the clinic to donate money to the kittens on Sunday.

After the kittens are released from the clinic, they will be put up for adoption through the Blount County Humane Society. Phipps said this should happen with the next two weeks.

If you have any information that would help investigators or if you would like to donate to the care of these kittens more information is available at online.

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