Planned Pethood in Lambertville seeks homes for four 10-year-old cats – NJ.com

In a sign of the economic times, four 10-year-old cats suddenly found themselves homeless when their family was forced to move due to a financial crisis. Lambertville Animal Welfare (LAW), a coalition of local shelters, rescue groups, impoundment facilities and animal control is stepping up to try and rapidly help these cats, who otherwise face death by euthanasia.

“We are so fortunate to have such a caring Animal Control Officer Nate Barson, who notifies us when an animal is in need rather than just putting them to sleep, as he is permitted to do per state law and his contracts with various Hunterdon County municipalities,” says Lori Stagnitto, Chair of the coalition. “Nate let us know immediately about the plight of these cats and is giving us several days to try and find placement for them.”

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