CLEVELAND - While losing your power is never fun, imagine trying to care for a hundred cats, kittens, dogs and other animals in the dark.
That is exactly the position the Cleveland APL is dealing with after losing power during the storms from Hurricane Sandy on Monday.
Their solution is a great deal for anybody who would like to adopt a cat or kitten.
$5 is all it takes to bring home a new special friend for your family to love. They all have their shots, been spayed or neutered and only need you to make their day purr-fect. Normally, cats cost $45 and kittens $95, so this is a great deal.
Better hurry, because when the lights come back on the deal is over.
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