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Sioux Falls Humane Society asks public to stop bringing in cats, says it has more than 200

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SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota — The Sioux Falls Humane Society is asking the public to stop bringing in cats because it already has more than 200 in its shelter.

The Humane Society tells KELO-TV (http://bit.ly/1jHkUvy) it has limited space for more felines because of ongoing construction and the already high number of furry residents.

The shelter says it's been turning away new cats from coming in.


Information from: KELO-AM, http://www.keloam.com

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