This is the second time in a week kittens were thrown from a moving vehicle. Police say two more kittens were brought to a clinic with severe injuries on Wednesday morning. The first incident happened in Batavia- this one happened southeast of Buffalo.

A western New York veterinary clinic in Boston is hoping for justice after two kittens were thrown from a moving car Tuesday night.

An eight-week old kitten was thrown from a car window in Batavia over the weekend. Reports say the kitten's injuries were too severe and he did not survive.

According to the Boston Veterinary Clinic, the kittens were thrown from the car around 7 p.m. on Boston State Road in Boston, New York, which is located just 25 miles southeast of Buffalo.

Our news partner, News10NBC's Buffalo affiliate, WGRZ, says a mother and daughter found the kittens and brought them into the clinic Wednesday morning.

The clinic says the two kittens, now named Cici and Sophie were very thin when they were brought in and now have a long road to recovery before being adopted out.

Police do not have any suspects for either case.