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Murdered Grosse Pointe Park woman's pet cats need a home

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WJBK - Last week a Grosse Pointe Park man was convicted of killing his neighbor, Sabrina Gianino.

FOX 2 is now learning Gianino had multiple pet cats, who are now in need of a home. She worked at a veterinary clinic and had  rescued a total of six cats.

Four of the cats are still up for adoption: adult female named Maybe; 3-year-old male named Clive; 4-year-old male named Elliot; and 4-year-old male Vito who only has one eye.

The cats are healthy and they've had all their shots thanks to the group 4 Paws 1 Heart. They are all indoor cats and all still have their claws, something Gianino felt strongly about.

Click here if you would like to learn more about the animals or are interested in adopting them.
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