The owners of the Haven Acres Cat Sanctuary in High Springs have been arrested, and face third degree felony charges of animal cruelty. More than 600 cats were in their facility, when local animal control workers and the U.S. humane society took the cats from there in June. Details of this story are coming up as our lead story, on the Front Page edition of All Things Considered, starting at 4:08pm.
Cat sanctuary owners arrested in Alachua County
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