Hurricane Ian Rescue Cats Ready For Adoption After Nightmare On Long Island

Man rescues cat in hurricane

The cats were rescued in Florida earlier this week by Safe Haven Animal Rescue. They will be available for adoption outside their Puritan Avenue location in Salem and at the Boston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Adoption Center on West Street.

Bo and Daisy are 10-week-old kittens available for adoption in Boston. MSPCA-AngellBo and Daisy – 10 Week-Old Kittens Available for Adoption In Boston

A Virginia rescue group is in town, making sure dozens of Florida cats have a place to go as Hurricane Irma barrels down on the state.

With Hurricane Irma bearing down on Florida, countless cats and kittens are wondering if their families in the area are safe. Nowhere will be spared as the hurricane passes over them, but even as the center of this massive Category 5 hurricane moves further south, there’s a Virginia rescue group that’s making sure that dozens of cats have a place to go before or after the storm.

The homeless cats were rescued from Florida earlier this week and will be available for adoption this weekend in Salem and Boston.

The cats have been waiting for a home ever since Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Bahamas and headed toward Florida. The larger cats were rescued from Florida earlier this week and will be available for adoption this weekend in Salem and Boston. They’ll be available at shelters, veterinary clinics and rescue groups in the tri-state area.

The group, Pets Without Parents, is based in Charlottesville, Va. and arrived at MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center on Monday with 42 cats and kittens.

After Hurricane Ian ravaged Florida and left thousands of pets without homes, the MSPCA-Angell and Northeast Animal Shelter (NEAS) in Salem rescued a total of 42 cats from shelters in Tampa and Ft. Meyers. The cats arrived at Worcester Regional Airport on Tuesday morning, where they underwent quarantine and screening procedures before being taken by truck to Angell Animal Medical Center in Salem.

Lori And Lilly The 11-Week-Old Kittens Available For Adoption At Northeast Animal Shelter

Most of the animals were already scheduled for adoption, but 11 of them will be available this weekend at the MSPCA’s facility on Angell Street in Boston and another 10 will be available at the adoption center in Salem.

The group, Pets Without Parents, is based in Charlottesville, Va. and arrived at MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center on Monday with 50 cats and kittens. The crisis hitting the East Coast has brought their total to 100 animals rescued from their homes, cars and even tree canopy.

Each animal has been spayed/neutered and vaccinated against rabies. All are tested for FeLV/FIV, microchipped and treated for fleas, ear mites and worms.

Each animal has been spayed or neutered and vaccinated against rabies. All are tested for FeLV/FIV, microchipped and treated for fleas, ear mites, ticks and worms. The cats arrived at a North Shore Animal League facility after Hurricane Ian first hit Long Island in September.

MSPCA Takes In 42 Cats, Dogs Rescued From ‘Horrific’

The Missouri SPCA took in 42 cats and dogs from a Linden home on Wednesday afternoon. The home was “horrific” according to MSPCA placement staff and there were dozens of animals living under human control. The agency did not say how many cats or dogs are still at the home but they did say they have been exploring different options regarding their keepers and will provide updates as soon as possible.

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