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Colony of Homeless Feral Cats in Greenpoint in Danger of Becoming Even More Homeless, Feral

A "colony" of feral cats that live in boxes in a vacant lot on Greenpoint's India Street, and are fed each morning and night by two Good Sameowitans (kill me), are in danger of losing whatever semblance of a home they currently enjoy. As DNAinfo reports, the cats "may be ... More »
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