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The Blue Cross, where Victoria the kitten is being cared for, has been flooded with calls since she was found on a district line train on Monday night.
She's recovering well and will be moving to a new animal center in Oxfordshire later, where she will be looked after for another four weeks before being rehomed.
A tiny kitten, thought to be just about four-weeks-old, is being taken care of by an animal charity, after it was discovered on a London Underground train at Victoria station on Monday night.
A passenger discovered the kitten in a box left on the train and took her to their customer services.
A four-week-old kitten found on the London Underground has been deemed the "most unusual items of 'lost property'" by the Blue Cross today.
The kitten was discovered on a train at Victoria station on Monday night.
A spokesman for the charity said today:
A kitten, thought to be around four weeks old, is being looked after by the Blue Cross charity after being found on Monday on an Underground train.
Veterinary nurses cleaned up the young cat, who was covered in a sticky substance, and named her Victoria after the central London area where Blue Cross have an animal hospital, a charity spokesman said.
Victoria, who was found on Monday at around 9pm, is doing well and will be transferred to the charity's rehoming centre in Lewknor, Oxfordshire, on Monday.
A kitten, thought to be around four weeks old, is being looked after by the Blue Cross charity after being found on Monday on an Underground train. The cat, who has been named Victoria, had to be cleaned up because she was covered in a sticky substance.
She will now be transferred to the charity's rehoming centre in Oxfordshire.