Adopt these adorable cats during the ASPCA’s Cat Friday event

The ASPCA waives its adoption fees for this Black Friday event, where you can take home a shelter cat.

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Instead of spending hours at a big-box store with the bargain-crazed hordes on Black Friday, consider giving a home to a shelter cat from the ASPCA (424 E 92nd St between First and York Aves; 212-876-7700, adoptaspca.org; Nov 23 10am–10pm). On November 23, the organization will host Cat Friday, during which fees will be waived if you adopt a cat who’s more than one year old. (The cost to take home a kitten younger than one year will be reduced to $50.) The ASPCA has other perks for new cat owners, too, including free collars and a cardboard carrier; plus, you can bring in your new furry friend in for a free vet visit for up to two weeks postadoption at the on-site Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital. Meet ten of the adorable feline companions that you could welcome into your home.

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    Bell, 1, spayed female
    If you’re looking for a friendly cat, bring this domestic shorthair mix into your life: She’s plenty affectionate, and loves to be petted.

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    Boy, 3, neutered male
    This handsome kitty is FIV-positive, yet he’s still a healthy, active companion who likes hanging out with his people. (But he will need someone who can care adequately for his condition.)

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    Jack Black, 2, neutered male
    Unlike his namesake, this cat prefers to be in the company of quiet folks. However, once he opens up, Jack is a playful little dude who loves chasing feather toys.

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    Kate Winslet, 1, spayed female
    Be prepared to give this domestic shorthair mix lots of exercise: The ASPCA is hoping she’ll go to someone who is experienced with cats, and can spend plenty of playtime with her.

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    Lydia, 3, spayed female
    This beauty will need lots of space, as she enjoys having alone time. But when she wants attention, she’ll let you know. She’ll also need to go to a home where she can be monitored for her allergies.

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    Noni, 11, spayed female
    Noni is a rescue kitty from a hoarding home. She’s a friendly cat who enjoys chasing toys around and cuddling her people.

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    Smookey, 7, neutered male
    This striking Russian blue mix will likely be a little shy at first, but he’ll open up once he adjusts to his new home. He’d do best in a house with like-minded shy, quiet folks.

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    Tigga, 8 months, neutered male
    This happy little dude has overcome some adversity—Tigga has a scar on his left cornea, possibly from an infection or trauma—and is looking for the right family to settle down with.

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    Twinkles, 9, neutered male
    If you’re experienced with kitties, then Twinkles may be the cat for you. He’s a bit shy, but will warm up once he gets to know his owners.

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    Webber, 1½, neutered male
    Webber is a chatty cat who, according to the ASPCA, “will let you know what is on his mind in the form of lots of meows.” He’s a sweetheart, and very affectionate once he gets to know you.

Photograph: Courtesy the ASPCA

Bell, 1, spayed female
If you’re looking for a friendly cat, bring this domestic shorthair mix into your life: She’s plenty affectionate, and loves to be petted.


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