Construction Enquirer News New home found for kitten after mother startled by near-miss with car
JF Finnegan site staff have rescued a tiny kitten abandoned on a Luton site where the contractor is building industrial units
While workers were clearing out a gully near to the site entrance a cat ran into the road and in front of a car with a kitten in its mouth.
Fortunately the driver stopped but the mother bolted leaving the frightened kitten behind.
Finnegan site operative Dale Duckworth witnessed the drama and stepped in to look after the abandoned kitten.
The firm called the local animal rescue centre – Animals At Risk Shelter in Luton – who came out and collected the kitten to ensure it was well looked after.
Shaun Pearson, Construction Manager at JF Finnegan said: “At JF Finnegan we always strive to give back and support the local communities where we work.
“After seeing firsthand, the dedication, passion, and care the Animals At Risk Shelter has for the animalswe were delighted to donate to support their cause. ”