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  • Cat fight brewing at Larry and Penny Thompson Park

    Stray cats at Larry and Penny Thompson Park are being trapped with plans to offer healthy felines up for adoption and euthanize sick ones. According to Zoo Miami, some of their animals are getting sick from the feral cats wandering into the zoo and spreading diseases.

Stray cats at Larry and Penny Thompson Park are being trapped with plans to offer healthy felines up for adoption and euthanize sick ones. According to Zoo Miami, some of their animals are getting sick from the feral cats wandering into the zoo and spreading diseases. Matias J. Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com
Stray cats at Larry and Penny Thompson Park are being trapped with plans to offer healthy felines up for adoption and euthanize sick ones. According to Zoo Miami, some of their animals are getting sick from the feral cats wandering into the zoo and spreading diseases. Matias J. Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com

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