Caption: Celina Stevens, 38, was worried about the fate of this litter of four kittens a cat had at a homeless encampment called Dignity Harbor, north of the Arch along the Mississippi River, on Thursday, May 3, 2012. The residence of Dignity Harbor were told by the city of St. Louis they had to vacate the area by Friday, May 4th or they would be removed by the police. Catholic Charities of St. Louis brought a moving van down to the camp so the residents could relocate some of their belongings into storage and move the rest of their belongings to a local hotel they'll be temporarily staying at until they can find apartments. Before they left Stevens was given a pet carrier by a pet rescue group to transport the cat and kittens to the hotel where she plans to care for them.
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