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Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 2:07 pm | Updated: 11:04 pm, Tue Dec 10, 2013.

SARASOTA, FL. - It wasn't your typical take out order at McDonalds, as workers from Cat Depot in Sarasota responded to the fast food restaurant to rescue some lost kittens.

The kittens are five weeks old and they were spotted in the drive through area at the McDonalds restaurant on Cattlemen Road at Bee Ridge Road.

The three kitties were collected and put in a foster home. Workers at the McDonalds named the little guys McNugget, Small Fry, and Big Mac.

To help find the kittens new homes, McDonalds will distribute a flyer of the kittens to all its patrons this coming Saturday.

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