Kitten encased in spray foam finds forever home

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PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The kitten who was found encased in spray foam in a garbage can last month has been adopted.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said a garbage collector was emptying a trash can on SW Minter Road when he noticed the contents were not emptying. He took a closer look and found the kitten hanging upside down from its back legs, covered in spray foam. He could hear it whining. 

The kitten was taken to a vet and determined to be a stray. They haven’t uncovered how the kitten got into the garbage can or if it was a criminal act. 

The Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter named the kitten Lucky McFoamy and says it has been adopted by a woman named Denise.

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