Update 7/27/13 from the APL’s Facebook page: “Thank You Cleveland!!! Our total adoptions for the past two days are 124 cats, 14 dogs and 4 rabbits! We are EXTREMELY grateful to everyone that came out and adopted!”
Last week, more than 30 cats and kittens were removed from a North Royalton home. Many of the cats were suffering from flea infestation and were anemic.
The cats were taken to the Cleveland Animal Protective League where they were treated and evaluated to see if they could be adopted out.
The APL takes in as many as 200 cats and kittens weekly, so the shelter was already overcrowded. A special adoption event has been set up for Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27. Cats and kittens can be adopted for just $5 for the first cat and $10.40 for the second.
The Cleveland Animal Protective League is located at 1729 Willey Avenue.
See more adoptable cats and dogs on the Cleveland Animal Protective League’s Facebook page.
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