Kittens Fall From The Ceiling After Hurricane Michael Destroys Home In Florida

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Hurricane Michael, the 3rd most powerful storm to ever hit the U.S., tore through Panama City, FL yesterday. Thousands of people tuned in for the reports of devastation the Category 4 hurricane left in its wake. One newscaster discovered a heartwarming story amid the destruction. In one destroyed home, kittens even fell from the ceiling! 

Good Morning America’s Rob Marciano, shared the tale with viewers live. He had been speaking with some homeowners who had stayed and suffered through the storm. After the hurricane swept through their area, they were carefully making there way out of the home.

They were absolutely shocked when 4 tiny kittens fell from the remains of their kitchen ceiling!

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The fortunate felines seem to be only about 2 weeks old, ears still folded and eyes barely opened.

Even more strange, is that they don’t know who the mother cat could be!  

They’ll surely continue search the area for the mother but this will be difficult when the devastation is so severe.

It is not safe to be rummaging around the dilapidated structures.

Photo: Screenshot video from Facebook @goodmorningamerica

Rob wanted to share their story as soon as possible in the hopes of finding them a new home.

The stray kittens were then fed, cleaned and warmed up. They will be taken to safety and efforts to find adopters for these adorable kittens will likely not take long.

Already, experienced rescues and caring individuals have stated they’d be happy to take in the scared litter. 

Of course, we agree with Rob, that one MUST be called Michael!

REMEMBER: ADOPT, DON’T SHOP, FOSTERING SAVES LIVES & SPAY AND NEUTER!

Photo: Screenshot video from Facebook @goodmorningamerica

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