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Kittens rescued from vacant KC house fire

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Two kittens are recovering after being pulled from a vacant house fire early Sunday morning. (Steven Tur/KCTV5) Two kittens are recovering after being pulled from a vacant house fire early Sunday morning. (Steven Tur/KCTV5)
The two kittens are currently at BluePearl animal hospital in the Northland. (Steven Tur/KCTV5) The two kittens are currently at BluePearl animal hospital in the Northland. (Steven Tur/KCTV5)
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

Two kittens are recovering after being pulled from a vacant house fire early Sunday morning.

Kansas City firefighters responded to the fire about 2 a.m. near East 25th Street and Cleveland Avenue.

First responders gave the two kittens oxygen on the scene. One kitten sustained serious burns to the face. The other was in good condition.

KCTV5 photographer Steven Tur offered to take them to an animal rescue. The two kittens are currently at BluePearl animal hospital in the Northland.

There is no word when they will be up for adoption.

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