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Alachua County Animal Services resume normal operations after eradicating deadly cat virus

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Investigators are now confident a deadly cat virus that closed the Alachua County animal facilities is now neutralized.  The deadly cat virus, Panleukopenia was found last week, and as Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Dana Lewin reports, the shelter is back and business.

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