Potter League takes in Sandy's orphaned cats; new homes needed

Posted 11/30/12

The Potter League for Animals took in 21 cats from the Ocean County Animal Facility in Jackson, NJ, Tuesday. The cats had been left homeless by Hurricane Sandy and shelters there are overwhelmed.

When Hurricane Sandy devastated the East …

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