Two kittens have died after being abandoned in a wet cardboard box near the M5.
Three other kittens survived the ordeal.
A member of the public discovered the animals at the Bridgwater junction.
She notified the RSPCA who collected the kittens.
They say the three surviving kittens are now being hand-reared by the woman who found them.
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The Stroud branch of the Cats Protection League has 60 cats needing homes and is urging people to get their pets neutered.