Rescued cats find homes at mobile ASPCA adoption event

The felines had been removed from an animal hoarding situation.

The felines had been removed from an animal hoarding situation. (2/11/13)

BROOKLYN - Dozens of rescued felines found new, loving homes during a special mobile ASPCA adoption event in Brooklyn.

The Cruelty Intervention Advocacy Team removed about 50 cats from an animal hoarding situation. Many of them had upper respiratory infections, colds and droopy eyes, but they were nursed back to health by One Love Animal Hospital.

Anyone interested in adopting a cat still has a chance by stopping by the ASPCA on East 92nd Street in Manhattan.  

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