Three NYC kittens from litter abandoned in suitcase are adopted from ASPCA
One kitten finds new home with Brooklyn NYPD officer who rescued him The ASPCA reports the adoption of three of seven kittens who were rescued by the NYPD in Williamsburg, Brooklyn after allegedly being tossed away in a suitcase. The kittens were brought to the ASPCA Animal Hospital in March for care through our partnership with the NYPD. After weeks of recovering from their ordeal, the kittens – named Dmitry, Inessa and Ilyo – were finally ready to be spayed or neutered and placed up for adoption. On Saturday, Officer Nicole Piridis of the 90th Precinct was reunited with Dmitry, the grey, fluffy kitten she fell in love with after she and her fellow officers rescued him several weeks ago. The 3-month-old male cat, whom she renamed Apollo, will be Piridis’ only pet.