UPDATE 5/9/14 @ 11:37 p.m.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Only one of those kittens found in a bag earlier this week at a Kanawha County grocery store has survived.
A little girl, named Kate, is at a veterinarians office all weekend so she can have around the clock care.
Her brother and sister both died as a result of the infections they had earlier Friday.
The Itty Bitty Kitty Committee, who is helping to make sure Kate can pull through, is asking the public do something to honor the kittens who didn't make it.
According to a post on it's Facebook Page, they are asking that people volunteer to be fosters of other kittens at the Kanwaha-Charleston Humane Association.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Kittens discovered in a discarded bag Monday are recovering.
The discovery was made at an Aldi grocery store in Kanawha County.
According to a post on the Kanwaha-Charleston Humane Association's Faceboook page, the kittens are infested with fleas, they are bone thin, and they have upper repository infections.
The kittens were taken to the Kanawha Boulevard Animal Hospital, where they are being fed and are on antibiotics. According to the post, they can barely lift their heads.
In all, there were four kittens in the bag when it was discovered. One was already dead when they were found. It is not clear right now how long they were in the bag.
If you would like to donate for their care, you can call (304) 343-3261. You can also donate through Pay Pal and specify "Aldi Babies," email@example.com.
One of the employees at the Kanawha Boulevard Animal Hospital has taken the kittens home overnight so they have constant care.