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April 22, 2014 9:34 PM

Horry County Animal Care Center reimposes faster track to euthanizing feral cats

A near monthlong program to keep all cats taken to the Horry County Animal Care Center for five days, regardless of them being determined feral, has shown an increase in adoptions, an increase in natural deaths and a risk to staff members that the county doesn’t see worth continuing the effort.

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