Pam Miller of SAFE Haven for Cats holds Islip, the first of the "Chatham County 34" to go up for adoption. The rescue is seeking extra help to care for the animals, which were taken from a home with omore than 100 other animals.
Pam Miller of SAFE Haven for Cats holds Islip, the first of the "Chatham County 34" to go up for adoption. The rescue is seeking extra help to care for the animals, which were taken from a home with omore than 100 other animals. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Pam Miller of SAFE Haven for Cats holds Islip, the first of the "Chatham County 34" to go up for adoption. The rescue is seeking extra help to care for the animals, which were taken from a home with omore than 100 other animals. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com

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