Cats rescued from Hurricane Dorian’s path in South Carolina have arrived in New York for adoption
Here’s one cat-astrophe that’s been averted.
Nearly 20 homeless cats and kittens have arrived in Manhattan after being rescued from South Carolina, where Hurricane Dorian was expected to sweep through sometime between late Wednesday and Thursday. The felines arrived Tuesday night and after medical checkups, they’ll all be available for adoption.
The fortunate furballs are being cared for at the ASPCA Adoption Center on E. 92nd St. on the Upper East Side.
The paw-some new Manhattanites include Cheever, a 3-month-old brown tabby boy, to Madame, a year-old female brown and white tabby.
Hurricane Dorian makes its way across the Bahamas and Florida
The 20 cats relocated to the Big Apple are among nearly 200 dogs and cats rescued from Hurricane Dorian’s path in South Carolina and taken to shelters throughout the Northeast and other areas, including Delaware, Chicago and Ohio.
Those who are thinking about giving a good home to one of the felines can call the ASPCA’s Hurricane Dorian Adoption Hotline at 646-291-4526 or go to aspca.org/adopt for more information.