A long line of hopeful cat owners formed early Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick, where dozens of cats rescued this summer from a home in Freeport were put up for adoption. The shelter billed the mega-cat adoption event as "Catapalooza."
Cristina Lindsay, getting to know one of the cats available for adoption at the Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick on Saturday, Sept. 14.
The Kelly family – Joseph, left, Declan, and Lianit – pose with their new pet at Coastal Humane Society's "Catapalooza" in Brunswick on Saturday, Sept. 14.
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