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When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service received a call from a Washington state resident about four abandoned puma kittens in their backyard, the agency contacted the Memphis Zoo for help. Knowing the kittens would need around-the-clock care for feedings and playtime; and quick transport from Seattle to Memphis, FedEx offered to assist as a part of the company’s FedEx Cares “Delivering for Good” initiative, in which FedEx lends its global network and unparalleled logistics expertise to organizations with mission-critical needs and helps communities before, during and after crises. Learn more about FedEx Cares Delivering for Good initiative here.
Since their transport, the kittens are thriving at their new home in the care of the Memphis Zoo. Here is a video highlighting the four puma kittens and their journey to their new home.
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