NEW YORK (WLNY) — It’s been over two months since Hurricane Sandy tore through our area, leaving people – and their pets – without a place to call home.

Now time is running out for some of the animals who were displaced by the storm.

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TV 10-55’s Alex Denis and the Mobile Couch visited the ASPCA in Bedford-Stuyvesant with more on how you can help.

The ASPCA said it’s closing the emergency boarding facility it opened at the Brooklyn location in November, which housed nearly 280 animals. One hundred and nine pets remain.

The ASPCA is appealing to the owners of the pets to contact the organization and reclaim the animals.

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