UPPER EAST SIDE — There might be a lot of deals out there this Black Friday, but none like the ASPCA's.
The organizations Adoption Center on East 92nd Street is waiving adoption fees for all of its cats and kittens as part of its "Fifth Annual Cat Friday," according to Mallory Kerley, a spokeswoman for the ASPCA.
Those who adopt will also have a chance at winning an in-home photoshoot that will be featured in a book called "Felines of New York" by Jim Tews.
Up for grabs are Jolly and Polly, 6-month-old kittens who can't stand to be apart. They're a bonded pair, meaning they must be adopted together. Their adopter should have patience and humor to enjoy two funny kittens, the ASPCA said.
Fourteen-year-old Spots is also looking for a home. With a big black spot on his face, he is looking for a quiet, gentle home because he is a sensitive soul, the ASPCA said.
Rocket, a 4-year-old white and cream tabby, has a "funny little ear," and loves to spend quiet time getting pets and chin scratches, the ASPCA says. He's afraid of the vacuum cleaner, though.
The ASPCA recently "graduated" dozens of kittens from its kitten nursery, many of which will be up for adoption or will be soon.
The deal continues through the weekend — all cats more than 1 year old will be able to be adopted for free, and younger cats will have a discounted price.
All adopters must go through ASPCA's standard adoption process.
For more information about available cats, visit the Adoption Center at 424 E. 92nd St. or the ASPCA's website.