Potential cat owners can have the pick of the litter, after officials removed 35 cats and kittens from a one bedroom apartment last week in East New York. While the owner tried to care for the animals, the situation — and the cat population — grew out of control as the original male and female continued to breed. The owner was able to keep two original cats, after they were spayed and neutered. The rest will receive medical exams and full behavior evaluations before they go up for adoption. For more information, call the Mayor’s Alliance at 212-252-2350 or the ASPCA at 212-876-7700.