Are you looking for a companion to join you while being quarantined during the coronavirus pandemic? There are quite a few cats that are looking for a good home right now.
St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is caring for nearly 50 cats removed from a home on Lamberton Street in Trenton on May 6 after their owner died. The center’s Animal Control Officers, along with Trenton Humane Law Enforcement, arrived at the scene to find the cats, which were released to the custody of the center.
The cats were subsequently moved to the St. Hubert’s Noah’s Ark, located in Ledgewood. Once all of the cats’ medical evaluations are completed, they will be available to be adopted at the St Hubert’s Madison location.
“This rescue was a swift, collaborative effort between Trenton Humane Law Enforcement and St. Hubert’s,” said Chris Schindler, VP of Field Services at Humane Rescue Alliance/St. Hubert’s. “We thank everyone at Trenton Humane Law Enforcement, and look forward to finding these cats new loving homes.”
There have been an increased number of pet foster parents and adoptions since the coronavirus pandemic has started.
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