BOSTON (WHDH) - Bay Staters looking to add a furry friend to their homes are in luck.

The 42 cats MSPCA-Angell and Northeast Animal Shelter evacuated from Florida ahead of Hurricane Ian are about to be ready for adoption.

The bunch includes Lunar, a 4-year-old, one-eyed tabby, and Misty, a pregnant 1-year-old cat. Pictured above are 6-month-old Melvin (left) and 11-week-old kittens Lori and Lilly (right).

Some of the cats picked up from Florida will be available for adoption starting Oct. 1 in both Salem and Boston. The other cats will be adoptable next week, except pregnant Misty, who will be ready to adopt when her kittens are also adoption-ready.

Interested adopters can check mspca.org/adopt and neas.org/adopt for updates. Those interested in donating to help offset the cost of caring for the cats can do so at mspca.org/ian.

The organizations said they hope to have more information on the next transport soon.

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