24 cats left at Brooklyn animal shelter need homes

A Brooklyn animal shelter is searching for new homes for 24 cats that were left on their doorstep last Friday. Shelter officials at the Brooklyn

Shelter officials at the Brooklyn Care Center say

Shelter officials at the Brooklyn Care Center say all the cats are between five weeks and 3 years old. (Credit: News 12)

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn animal shelter is searching for new homes for 24 cats that were left on their doorstep last Friday.

Shelter officials at the Brooklyn Care Center say all the cats are between five weeks and 3 years old.

Since the shelter is already over capacity, it is offering a special deal to prospective pet owners - a $5 adoption fee for adult cats, and $20 for kittens six months and under.

All of the cats have their shots and are spayed and neutered.

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