2 kittens survive being thrown from van onto intersection near Duluth

The Duluth News Tribune reports the two felines were thrown out of a minivan along the Esko exit from I-35. A witness took the kittens to a shelter where they were treated for bug infestations.
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The Duluth News Tribune reports the two felines were thrown out of a minivan along the Esko exit from I-35. A witness took the kittens to a shelter where they were treated for bug infestations.

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