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Saving nine lives: Louisville’s feral cat heroes

Without warning, Stephanie Gillis whips out a can of Fancy Feast and walks down a narrow road lined by trailer homes. She snaps it open and pushes down on the metal top. Liquid slowly spills out, leaving a trail back to where we are stationed in the bright white Alley Cat Advocates van. While the van is air conditioned, it’s up in the 90s tonight, and she apologizes for sweating. The work she is doing requires cat-like qualities: speed, strength, smarts and agility — all of which she has.”

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