Adopt an adorable cat from the ASPCA this weekend (slide show)

The ASPCA will be matching cats that were rescued from a hoarder after Hurricane Sandy with loving homes.

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If you've been looking to add a cat into your household, we've got good news: The ASPCA is partnering with Brooklyn's One Love Animal Hospital for a special adoption event this weekend. The ASPCA helped rescue 30 cats from the home of a hoarder after Hurricane Sandy; after a couple months of rehab, the kitties are ready for adoption. Head to One Love (317 Atlantic Ave between Hoyt and Smith Sts, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn; aspca.org/onelove; Feb 9, 10 noon–5pm) on Saturday or Sunday if you'd like to take one of the cute critters home. Adoption fees will be waived for the event, but you must bring ID, proof of address and one reference. 


There is a chance that this weekend's snowstorm will affect the event; the ASPCA will post updates on their website, so keep an eye out for updates over the next couple of days. In the meantime, check out five of the ridiculously cute cats who will be up for adoption during the event.


  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Bruce, 1, neutered male
    This adorable, slightly shy domestic shorthair is a polydactyl—meaning he's got a few extra toes. (Aww!) He's besties with another kitty named Andrew, so you'd be adopting the pair together.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Noah, 1, neutered male
    This little guy might need some time to adjust to his new home at first. But once he gets past some initial shyness—and after lots of love—he'll be your new BFF.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Rossi, 2, neutered male
    This friendly dude loves to cuddle, so be prepared. (He's not, however, the biggest fan of cat toys—just pet him a lot and he'll be happy.)

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Sable, 1, spayed female
    This pretty kitty loves attention, and isn't afraid to meow to get yours.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Spike, 2, neutered male
    This handsome guy needs some time to warm up to people, and it's best if he's not adopted by a family with young children. But for the right person and with a little work, he'll warm up to you.

Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

Bruce, 1, neutered male
This adorable, slightly shy domestic shorthair is a polydactyl—meaning he's got a few extra toes. (Aww!) He's besties with another kitty named Andrew, so you'd be adopting the pair together.


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