New York (CBSNewYork) They’re too cute. They’re also some very lucky kitties.
The story of Juno and her kittens began on the streets of Brooklyn in the days following Superstorm Sandy, when this friendly cat was spotted by a woman who decided to feed her. Within days, the woman noticed that the cat’s belly was growing. She became concerned and called Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coaltion, which got the kitty off the street.READ MORE: Cuomo: New York State To Review New CDC Guidance Calling For Indoor Masking, Regardless Of Vaccination Status, In Areas Where COVID Spread Is High
It turns out, Juno, as she was named, was pregnant.READ MORE: Simone Biles Pulls Out Of Olympic All-Around Competition
Long story short, Juno not only gave birth — and fostered an orphaned kitten from Animal Care & Control of New York — but she and her brood ended up being filmed for the Animal Planet show “Too Cute”.
The episode airs on Saturday, October 5 at 9:00 p.m.MORE NEWS: New York Weather: 7/28 Wednesday Morning CBS2 Weather Headlines
1010 WINS’ Anchor Susan Richard got to meet Juno and rescuer Anne Levin from Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition in May at the Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days event in Union Square. Check them out in this edition of All For Animals:
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