Animal shelter hopes Brooklyn residents will open their homes to abandoned cats

A cat at the animal shelter

A cat at the animal shelter (Credit: News 12)

An East New York animal shelter says some furry felines that were abandoned at its doorstep are still in need of good homes.

"We walked in, in the morning before we even opened, and just found some milk crates in a shopping cart and cats that were tied into the milk crates," says Ana Zgaljardic, a supervisor at the Brooklyn Animal Care Center.

The cats, which were abandoned more than...

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