“Cats shouldn’t be left by themselves in a big house,” Sherry told the New York Post.
“I am going to personally make sure that we can keep as many together as we can and that they go to the perfect house.”
One of the cats, Snowball, who has a heart condition, has already found a new home after being adopted by a local veterinarian.
Those who want to adopt any of the other cats will have to pay adoption fees up front but then will be reimbursed with some of Nancy’s estate money by her executor when appropriate.
We hope the kitties will soon have new owners who will give them a loving home to live out the rest of their days!
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