November 13, 2013
Eighteen-month-old cat, Joy, climbs on the desk of Jesse Oldham, senior administrative director of community outreach for the ASPCA, in her office in New York. Joy, the last of nearly 300 animals that wound up in an ASPCA shelter following Superstorm Sandy, has finally been adopted, by a fellow Superstorm Sandy refugee.
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They’re two of a kind. A stray kitten that spent a year recuperating with an animal rescue group after getting plucked from the streets of a flood-ravaged section of Brooklyn has finally been adopted — by a fellow Superstorm Sandy refugee.
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