MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Cats without homes in South Florida will hopefully find a new success with a change in latitude.
In order to save the lives of as many homeless pets as possible, the ASPCA community partnership, Miami-Dade County Animal Services and the Last Chance Animal Rescue of Maryland have teamed up to transport 61 Miami felines to Maryland.READ MORE: Hollywood Looks To Tighten Animal Abuse Laws
The cats headed north out of South Florida Saturday.READ MORE: London-Bound American Airlines Flight Returned To MIA After Couple Refused To Wear Masks
Last Chance Animal Rescue will work with PetSmart in Maryland to find homes for the cats.MORE NEWS: Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Decrease
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