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Cats sent here to free space in NYC shelters

Budda, one of the rescued cats in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in New York City, in a cage at Animal Protective Foundation in Glenville Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Budda, one of the rescued cats in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in New York City, in a cage at Animal Protective Foundation in Glenville Thursday.
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The Animal Protective Foundation has welcomed four cats that were displaced as a result of Hurricane Sandy. The cats weren’t directly affected by the storm, but downstate shelters are trying to free up space to make room for those pets found wandering in the aftermath, according to APF spokeswoman Marguerite Pearson. “They are being totally overwhelmed by the number of animals coming in,” she said. Homes were destroyed and millions lost power during the late ...

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