32 cats brought to Wisconsin Humane Society after Kentucky tornado

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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WTVO) — 32 cats from Kentucky have been brought to the Wisconsin Humane Society following the deadly Kentucky tornado.

According to TMJ4.com, the Kentucky animal shelters had become overwhelmed with the amount of animals in need of care, and the Wisconsin Humane Society jumped in to help.

All the cats brought to Wisconsin were in animal shelters before the tornado hit Kentucky.

Some of the cats are available to adopt now, but others are still in of need treatment and care.

You can also donate to help cover treatment costs or become a foster parent.

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