Spillway cats need a home
Bonnet, left, and Carre were living in the Spillway before it was flooded. Now they are domestic cats and in need of a good home.
The brother and sister, named Bonnet and Carre, are spayed/neutered and they are free to a good home.
Anyone interested can call (504)722-2981 for more information.
If you have found displaced cats or other domestic animals due to the spillway opening, please e-mail email@example.com.
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