Four kittens that survived a thousand-mile journey from Poland to Northampton in the back of a lorry are ready to be re-homed.
Björn, Benny, Agnetha and Anni-Frid were just two weeks old when they were discovered in May.
They are now out of quarantine and looking for new homes.
Emma Markham, from the RSPCA in Northamptonshire, said: "These four babies are absolutely gorgeous and definite livewires!
"They’ve had quite an adventurous start to their lives and, having completed their stint in quarantine, they’re now ready for their next adventure - finding a new home.
“Due to the quarantine procedure, the kittens have cost the branch a considerable amount of money and as a result we are asking for a minimum donation of £160 towards their adoption.
"However, they are extra special as they do come with their own passports!”
For more information visit www.rspca-northamptonshire.org.uk