June is adopt a cat month; stop by the Library to borrow picture books on cats

The library has a large assortment of books about cats

PARSIPPANY — June is Adopt a Cat Month. Stop by Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library to borrow picture books about our feline friends.

Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country. That means your local shelter has tons of cute, cuddly newborns, in addition to all the mellow, older cats and everything in between. And the shelter staff are ready to help you adopt your very first cat — or to bring home a friend for another beloved cat!

The Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library is located at 449 Halsey Road. It also has two branches, one located at 68 Nokomis Avenue, Lake Hiawatha, and the second branch is located at 31 Trinity Park, Mount Tabor.

Meet Angel! Angel is a stunning 5 year old Domestic Short Hair cat who loves everybody!! He is neutered. He is a domestic short hair male cat and is available at 11th Hour Rescue.

Click here to fill out an application to adopt Angel.

Angel was with a wonderful foster for a few weeks who had this to say about him, “Angel is a fluffy gray and white cat who is five year olds. This cutie was a stray but it didn’t stop him from being sweet and cuddly. He will let me give him a bath, clean his ears and hold him like a baby. Angel gets along with my cats and foster dog, they all wait for their turns for treats. Most of the time at my house Angel walked around the house, looked outside the window and played with his favorite toys, and took naps in between the activities. When I came home, little Angel would kiss me and purr like a motor.”

11th Hour Rescue is located at 861 Route 10, Randolph and is also located in the Rockaway Townsquare Mall, 301 Mount Hope Avenue, Rockaway. 11th Hour is open seven days a week during mall hours.

11th Hour has other kittens and cats available. Click here to view their website.

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