Colored-in Kittens Get Sudsy Baths to Wash Away Ink

Kittens Shrek and Smurf were found with their white fur colored green and blue, respectively, and brought to Bradford Cat Watch Rescue in Britain this week.

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Smurf and Shrek, named for the colors they were found in, sit side by side after receiving a bath, which has washed some of the color away, according to the Bradford Cat Watch Rescue in England.
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Shrek, the four-week old kitten found colored green, after being taken in by the Bradford Cat Watch Rescue.
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Smurf, the four-week old kitten found colored blue, after being taken in by the Bradford Cat Watch Rescue.
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Shrek is washed to remove the green ink staining his fur.
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Shrek receives a bubble bath at the Bradford Cat Watch Rescue, which said workers were sure to be safe washing the kitten's face, in case the ink proved poisonous.
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Smurf receiving a bubble bath at the Bradford Cat Watch Rescue.
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Smurf peeks out from his sudsy wash.
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