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Cats cared for, may be ready for adoption in Alachua County

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By Jessica Becerra – WUFT-FM

There are around 635 cats who made it out alive of an Alachua County sanctuary, in what authorities said was the largest cat hoarding case in the United States. In June almost 700 cats were seized from Haven Acres Cat Sanctuary in High Springs Forida, they are now being sheltered at warehouses in Gainesville. And as Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’S Jessica Becerra reports it’s hoped they will be adopted soon.

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