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Confiscated Cats at the Humane Society

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Sharon Hatlay, of Clyde, left, hands donated supplies to worker Vickie Ditslear at the Humane Society in Fremont, Ohio. She heard about the cats and brought in donated supplies.

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Medical manager Megan Hobbs carries in one of the confiscated cats to be tested for feline leukemia.

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Syringes being prepped at the Humane Society.

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One of the confiscated cats for feline leukemia.

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Animal cruelty investigator and shelter manager Kelly Askins, left, and medical manager Megan Hobbs test one of the confiscated cats for feline leukemia.

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Cats bunch together after being confiscated from a home.

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Fremont resident Jodi Shanahan peeks into the cat room. She heard about the cats and brought in donated supplies.

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One of the confiscated cats. This was one of the more sociable ones.

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Humane agent Shannon May holds one of the confiscated cats.

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These cats were at the Humane Society in Fremont, Ohio when the confiscated cats were added to an already overcrowded shelter.

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A cat climbs a caged door. This is not one of the confiscated cats.

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Medical manager Megan Hobbs watches one of the confiscated cats. She determined the cat had been pregnant and reunited her with her 3 kittens.

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One of the confiscated cats is reunited with her litter after being tested for feline leukemia.

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Medical manager Megan Hobbs feels the belly of one of the confiscated cats that was tested for feline leukemia.

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Worker Vickie Ditslear, left, carries donated supplies for the Humane Society in Fremont, Ohio. Fremont resident Jodi Shanahan, behind her, heard about the cats and brought in donated supplies, including boxes of canned food.

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