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September 20, 2013 8:56 PM

Animal Control played role in trouble at Last Hope shelter

A review of Merced County Animal Control records revealed the agency transferred close to 2,000 kittens to Last Hope Cat Kingdom over a 5-year period, nearly four times the amount allowed by the rescue’s county-issued permit. Animal Control officials say the majority of those cats were babies who did not survive and the rescue took in animals from other sources, including the public and various shelters.

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