Cleveland Animal Protective League is Offering Up Kittens and Cats For $5 Today and Tomorrow

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MEET NALA. SHE'S JUST ONE OF THE DOZENS OF CATS AND KITTENS CURRENTLY UP FOR ADOPTION AT THE CLEVELAND APL.
  • Meet Nala. She's just one of the dozens of cats and kittens currently up for adoption at the Cleveland APL.

If you're looking for the purr-fect time to bring home a furry friend, now may be it. The Cleveland Animal Protective League is currently offering up adult cats and kittens for just $5 after reaching a critical capacity level at the Tremont adoption center.

Via the Cleveland APL's Facebook page:




The center took in almost 69 animals in October, and another 154 just last week, which maxed out their animal living spaces.

Take a peek at all the adoptable animals here, then head over to the Tremont adoption center today (Friday) or tomorrow (Saturday) to take home a new feline friend.


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