MSPCA rescues 26 cats from flooding in Kentucky

BOSTON (WLNE) — The MSPCA said Wednesday that they rescued 26 cats from flooding in Kentucky with the help of Northeast Animal Shelter.

Two workers from NEAS went to Kentucky last week to get the cats ready to be taken to Massachusetts.

The cats were driven to Salem in a van, arriving on Tuesday.

They were then taken inside to start their 48-hour mandatory quarantine. One they’re done being quarantined they’ll be available for adoption.

Anyone looking to adopt one of the cats can do so on the NEAS website.

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