NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Fire Station 9 heard some sounds unfamiliar to the fire station... Lt. Alana Pierce said Sunday, after getting a truck from Little Rock to replace their malfunctioning truck, they did some training exercises.
Once parked back at the station on Osage and JFK Blvd., her driver came to her and said he heard some strange noises coming from the truck.
Lt. Pierce found four kittens nestled into the hoses, all appearing to be just about three weeks old.
"I got on the phone with the Battalion Chief and said, 'Hey I have four kittens and no one knows what to do,'" said Lt. Pierce.
Patricia Johnston, lives in North Little Rock and came to the station's rescue.
Johnston took the kittens, fed them, and is now looking for their forever home.
"The firehouse has other things to do so I just wanted to get them off their hands so they can do their job," said Johnston.
Two have been adopted, and two are left.
Lt. Pierce said this will be one of the easiest and cutest, rescues the station will ever have to do.
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