THESE angelic faces were dumped on the side of the road – and now they’re looking for a new home.
Kittens Angel and Sky were found on Monday in a cardboard box on the side of a road in Worthing.
They were brought into the Worthing and District Animal Rescue Service (WADARS), in Findon Road, by a delivery man, who had picked them up on his way past.
The pair are thought to be around 12 weeks old, and are said to be inseparable.
Animal rescue officer Vikki Golds, 30, said: “We are looking for a new home for Angel and Sky.
“They would need to be homed together, we think they are related.
“They sleep on top of each other and everything.”
The WADARS centre currently houses 40 cats who are looking for new homes, and have new arrivals every day.
Vikki said: “We are always surprised when people bring in animals who have been dumped.
“We are at full capacity at the moment but we are urging people to hold on if they want to get rid of their pets.
“We are rehoming as quick as we can and we certainly do not want any animals to be dumped.”
Vikki added the WADARS centre also offers advice and alternatives for people who are struggling with their pets.
If you would like to give a home to Angel and Sky, or would like more information, telephone 0300 3030999.