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Skip out on Black Friday shopping and adopt a cat from the ASPCA.

Upper East Side »

The ASPCA's promotion this week means kittens will cost you $15 to adopt, down from $125.

Lower East Side »

The cat cafe is fostering kittens for the first time since it opened.

Long Island City »

Jeckles is a 13-pound orange Maine Coon cat being fostered by rescue group LIC Ferals and Friends.

Crown Heights »

From a celebration of cats in Bushwick to a free boxing lesson in Bed-Stuy, we've got you covered.

Lower East Side »

Meow Parlour, which will be the city's first permanent cat cafe, is set to open on Hester St. Dec. 15.

Travis »

A woman left more than 70 cats in her one-bedroom apartment when she moved out of the country.

Kensington »

 The two kittens found wandering the subway tracks in August are ready to be adopted.

Long Island City »

Flux Factory is launching "Kitty City," an urban planning project.

Kew Gardens »

Susan LaMarca has been helping felines for 12 years.

Murray Hill »

Bideawee's Manhattan facility, on East 38th Street in Murray Hill, has now fully reopened for business.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Black Friday is "Cat Friday" at the ASPCA Adoption Center. Cats ages 1 and up are free.