Florida homeowners got a surprise when 4 kittens fell out of their attic after the roof collapsed during Hurricane Michael

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  • Thursday morning, ABC News’ Rob Marciano showed off four kittens that were rescued after Hurricane Michael hit Panama City, Florida.
  • Marciano said he spoke with a family who rode out the storm.
  • When the storm caused their roof to collapse, the four kittens dropped from the ceiling into their kitchen.
  • The reporter has since been using his social media to find an animal rescue group to help the kittens, who were not with their mother.

While reporting on Hurricane Michael’s destruction from Panama City, Florida Thursday morning, ABC News’ Rob Marciano showed off four kittens that were rescued from the storm.

He said he spoke to a family who rode out the storm, who found the kittens when their roof collapsed, and the baby felines “fell out of the ceiling and into the kitchen.”

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