2 of the ‘suitcase kittens’ ready for adoption 

The Capital Humane Society said the two kittens are getting fixed Thursday and should be available for adoption starting Friday.

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The two older suitcase kittens, Bea and Arthur, are ready to find their new home.

The Capital Humane Society (CHS) said the two kittens are getting fixed Thursday and should be available for adoption starting Friday.

These two kittens, were one of seven cats, found in a suitcase in Lancaster County last month.

Bea is brown and Arthur is orange. Both kittens are very playful and love to cuddle with their foster mom’s three cats, CHS said.

Arthur is very outgoing and into everything, he loves to drink from the bathroom faucet, officials with the shelter said. Bea is playful but more reserved and quite a bit smaller than Arthur, CHS said.

The shelter said due to their rough start and how attached the two kittens are, they will be available for adoption as a perfect pair.

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