The cats were living in the storage unit because their owner had lost her home and didn't know where else to keep them.

Twenty cats found living in a Virginia Beach storage unit are now at the Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center, ready to be adopted. According to the shelter, the cats all appear to be in good health.

The center posted this video on social media:

"We had a sad intake of 20 cats last night who were found to be living in a storage unit after they and their owner lost their home," the shelter posted on their Facebook page on Tuesday. "We have worked up all the new arrivals and while they are understandably scared they are sweet and appear in good health. All but one are now housed in our colony cages in our adoption area and we would love to get them into loving homes sooner rather than later. We know their owner loved these cats and we want to help her help them."

Nineteen of the cats are ready to be adopted. The Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center is located at 341 S. Birdneck Road in Virginia Beach.

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