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Dogs attack, kill cats in town of Hawthorne

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This year it seems many cats in Alachua County have fallen victim to attacks or neglect. Earlier this summer there was the Haven Acres incident in High Springs where almost 700 cats were seized.  The owners of Haven Acres Cat Sanctuary were arrested on 35counts of animal cruelty charges.  Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Samantha Taub reports on another recent case about cats.

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