(Courtesy: The Atlanta Humane Society)
ATLANTA - It’s a cat pajama party this weekend at the Atlanta Humane Society to help get more than five dozen cats adopted.
The rescue group took in about 80 cats from St. Marys, Georgia this past week and to help find them a good home, they have set up a special ‘Cat-Cam” to broadcast their party daily.
"We are excited we were able to rescue and help this many adoptable cats find good homes," said Tara High, AHS Vice President of Operations, in a statement sent Saturday. "The cats are fairly healthy and very social. When you bend over to pet one, they all come running up to you - the room is full, with cats of all breeds, sizes and colors. We have so many cats that now just need loving, forever homes."
The Cat’s Pajamas adoption runs through Sunday. Saturday’s special extended hours run until 10 p.m. and Sunday, you can catch them from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The adopts are being handled out the Atlanta Humane Society office located at 981 Howell Mill Road NW in Atlanta. For more information click here.