Five kittens were found after a 400 mile long trip to San Diego, after managing to find their wait inside of a 60-foot steel column that was transported from San Francisco to San Diego.
In late April, workers began constructing the new Kaiser Permanente medical offices when they heard meows coming from inside one of the columns.
They angled the column so they could check inside, and five week-old kittens came sliding out. It’s not clear whether the kittens found their way on before, during, or after the journey.
The kittens are now in foster way and will soon be ready to adoption in the coming months. They were given appropriate names by the construction crew that found them: Crowbar, Chisel, Rebar, Jackhammer, and Piper.