42 cats evacuated from Florida will soon be up for adoption in Mass. – Boston News, Weather, Sports

BOSTON (WHDH) — Bay Staters looking to add a furry friend to their home are in luck.

The 42 cats evacuated from Florida by MSPCA-Angell and Northeast Animal Shelter ahead of Hurricane Ian are close to adoption.

The bunch includes Lunar, a 4-year-old one-eyed tabby, and Misty, a pregnant 1-year-old cat. Pictured above are 6 month old Melvin and 11 week old kittens Lori and Lilly.

Some of the cats picked up in Florida will be available for adoption in both Salem and Boston starting October 1. The other cats are available for adoption next week, except for the pregnant Misty, who will be available for adoption when her kittens are also available for adoption.

Interested users can check for updates at mspca.org/adopt and neas.org/adopt. Those interested in making a donation to offset the cost of caring for the cats can do so at mspca.org/ian.

The organizations hope to have more information about the next transport soon.

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