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Hilarious 'Downtown Abbey' Spoof Promotes Cat Adoptions

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Located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, Pets Alive is a no-kill animal shelter dedicated to improving the lives of companion animals using rescue, adoption, education, intervention and advocacy. Dog, cats, birds and farm animals call the New York sanctuary home, and while it is beautiful and full of loving staff, the animals are always searching for their forever homes. Many of the animals are older and have special needs but that does not mean that they cannot be the perfect companions for their human friends.

In this hilarious spoof, Pets Alive plays on the popular British series, “Downtown Abbey”, which depicts the lives of an aristocratic family and its servants, in a YouTube video titled “Downtown Tabby”. Hopefully, this video will lead to some permanent placements for these companion kitties.

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