Adopt one of these ridiculously cute cats this weekend

More than 50 cute kitties at the Summer Lovin' adoption event in Brooklyn need permanent homes.

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Cats! They're adorable, good companions—we'll brook no arguments on that point—and fun little weirdos to have around, so why not adopt one? Surely your life is missing some kind of furry comrade, yes? If so, you're in luck: On Sunday, August 4, the ASPCA will team up with One Love Animal Hospital and Sean Casey Animal Rescue for the Summer Lovin' Adoption event. More than 50 kitties, all of them rescues, need good homes, and you can check out photos of ten of them below. (If you're wondering why they're all named after characters from Grease, well, look at the name of the event.)


The adoption drive takes place from noon–5pm at One Love Animal Hospital's two Brooklyn locations: Boerum Hill (317 Atlantic Ave between Hoyt and Smith Sts) and Bay Ridge (8209 Third Ave between 82nd and 83rd Sts). Follow the link above for more details on what ID you'd need to bring, vet visits and more.


  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Cha Cha, 3, spayed female
    This fluffball occasionally needs to be left alone, but is plenty playful and friendly when she's in the right mood.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Danny, 1½, neutered male
    This kitty needs a patient caregiver: He wasn't properly socialized as a kitten, so he may take some time to warm up, but turns into a friendly fluffball once he knows you.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Frenchie, 5, spayed female
    So named because "like her namesake, she is social and a great friend," this calico cat is happiest while playing with her toys.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Kenickie, 3 months, neutered male
    If you can say "no" to that face then we don't want to know you. This kitten is still very young, so might do best in a home with patient people.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Nurse Wilkins, 6, spayed female
    If you're looking for a chilled-out, quiet kitty, Nurse Wilkins is your lady—she likes to investigate her surroundings, but in a relaxed way.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Principal McGee, 2, spayed female
    Though this tuxedo kitty is a little shy, she'll warm up to you if you give her a good head scratch.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Rizzo, 1, spayed female
    This young cat may not need as much attention as some of her peers, but she'll open up in a warm, loving home.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Sandy, 1, spayed female
    After a period of being kind of shy, Sandy has turned into an easy-going, playful cat who loves being the center of attention.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Sonny, 2 months, neutered male
    This little guy—seriously, look at him—needs plenty of love and affection, since he got a rough start in life.

  • Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

    Vi, 6 months, spayed female
    Vi hasn't had the easiest life either, and can be a little skittish around new people because of that. But she should warm up with the right family giving her plenty of love.

Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

Cha Cha, 3, spayed female
This fluffball occasionally needs to be left alone, but is plenty playful and friendly when she's in the right mood.


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