SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The San Jose Sharks and Humane Society Silicon Valley announced Sunday that Jo PAW-velski, the kitten that became a social media sensation after appearing on the ice during warm-ups before a playoff game against the Predators at the SAP Center, has been adopted.
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"We are pleased to know that 'Jo' has found a good, loving home," San Jose Sharks Chief Operating Officer John Tortora said. "I want to personally thank the staff and volunteers at the Humane Society Silicon Valley for the time and attention they have dedicated to 'Jo' and the other animals in their care. I also want to thank our fans who immediately expressed concern for the well-being of the cat. I would like to encourage all fans who were interested in adopting 'Jo' to now consider adopting one of the other many animals at HSSV in need of a home."
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Anyone interested in pet adoptions may contact Humane Society Silicon Valley. They are located at 901 Ames Ave., Milpitas, CA 95035.
Click here to go to their website for more information.
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