Hungry Felines Come To Dinner

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Stray cats come to volunteer Doris Fortune as she puts out food for some of the more tame cats. Soft-hearted volunteers spend time caring for homeless kitties. The cats are trapped, spayed or neutered, give vaccinations and aids and leukemia tests, their left ear is clipped to show they've been caught, and they are released (or adopted if possible) and fed by volunteers. <br />
One veterinarian estimates there are 10,000 feral cats in the Keys.
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Stray cats come to volunteer Doris Fortune as she puts out food for some of the more tame cats. Soft-hearted volunteers spend time caring for homeless kitties. The cats are trapped, spayed or neutered, give vaccinations and aids and leukemia tests, their left ear is clipped to show they've been caught, and they are released (or adopted if possible) and fed by volunteers.
One veterinarian estimates there are 10,000 feral cats in the Keys.
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