“The four surviving kittens have since been taken to Foxy lodge wildlife rescue centre in Hemsbury where their injuries have been treated.”Do you have information which can help officers investigate?” The British Transport Police can be reached by text on 61016, or 0800 40 50 40 by phone.Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.Cuddling kittens can kill you, warn scientistsDefenceless kittens thrown out of moving car in ‘disgusting’ incident “I am very keen to hear from anyone who might have information which can help us investigate the circumstances surrounding this incident.”A spokesperson from the RSPCA said: “This sounds like a horrific incident for these poor kittens. “Deliberate cruelty to animals is unacceptable and we would urge anyone with any information about this to come forward and contact the British Transport Police as soon as possible.” The British Transport Police wrote on Facebook: “Someone threw five kittens at a train near Norwich last Thursday. Sadly, one of the kittens died and we need your help investigating. Officers attended the scene at Lingwood station and found the cats. The four live kittens were recovered and taken to Foxy Lodge Wildlife Rescue in Hemsby, Norfolk, where they are being treated.Two have now been re-homed.Police Sergeant Alan Bowell told Sky News: “No animal should ever be subjected to such cruelty. Thankfully, not all the kittens were killed during this dreadful ordeal and they are being well looked after. Five kittens were hurled at a moving train, killing one and leaving the rest traumatised.British Transport Police are on the hunt for the person who threw the litter at the train travelling from Norwich to Great Yarmouth.The event occurred around 5.20pm on Thursday 15 September, with the train driver reporting he saw the animals being thrown from the undergrowth as he drove past.The adult cat was already dead before the incident, and its body was found near the scene. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.