A group of abandoned kittens are named after crisps
A trio of abandoned kittens have been rescued and renamed after crisp brands.
The one-month-old cats, who were dumped in an empty crisp box in London, have since been found and re-homed by Blue Cross animal hospital, and have been named after popular brands McCoy, Dorito and Pringle.
A veterinary nurse, Tracey Parnell, told The Mirror Online: "McCoy, Dorito and Pringle were really underweight, scared and cold when they were brought in to us.
"We treated them for fleas, warmed them up and fed them kitten milk using a syringe, which perked them up a bit."
"Kittens this young are so helpless, so it's really lucky they found their way to us in time.
"We would ask anyone struggling to care for a pet to contact a charity like Blue Cross and never just leave them to fend for themselves."
The furry pets are currently being monitored before heading to a Blue Cross centre and finding a new home.