PARMA, Ohio (WJW) — Cats and kittens from the hurricane-riddled south are looking for their furever homes in Northeast Ohio.
The Northeast Ohio SPCA Pet Shelter in Parma has announced plans to help out a shelter out of Foley, Alabama, which was greatly impacted by Hurricane Sally. About 30 cats from that area are set to arrive in Parma this Tuesday (take a look at some of them in the photos above).
The cats should be available for adoption as soon as Sept. 25, and will be examined thoroughly beforehand, including getting spayed/neutered if necessary.
“We are honored for the opportunity to help a fellow shelter get back on its feet after Hurricane Sally’s devastation,” Executive Director Jeffrey Kocian said in a statement. “These cats and kittens have been through so much in life already, and we are eager to help them find a safe and caring forever family.”
Find out more information below:
People can find out more about the adoption program or donate to the cause by calling 216-351-7387 or emailing email@example.com.
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