Pam Miller, executive director of SAFE Haven for Cats, holds two of the 11 kittens born the day before authorities recovered them and 190 other animals from a home in Pittsboro.
Pam Miller, executive director of SAFE Haven for Cats, holds two of the 11 kittens born the day before authorities recovered them and 190 other animals from a home in Pittsboro. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Pam Miller, executive director of SAFE Haven for Cats, holds two of the 11 kittens born the day before authorities recovered them and 190 other animals from a home in Pittsboro. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com

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