Two kittens, so tiny and new that their umbilical cords were still attached, are recovering at the Humane Society after they were accidentally sealed in a box and shipped more than 120 miles by truck.

Mouse and Wi-Fi, now 2 weeks old, were born in Hollywood, but somehow got trapped in a box with fiberoptic equipment bound for a Cox Communication warehouse in San Diego. Humane Society workers think the kittens' mother was trying to stow them in a safe place after giving birth, but the box where she hid them was picked up before she came back.

When a Cox worker finally discovered the kittens, he took them to one of the rare shelters with around-the-clock nursery care, where they're now fat, happy, and getting ready for adoption.

[H/T Uproxx]