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Colony of feral cats gets reprieve

Property manager swayed by e-mails, telephone calls

Dottie Luff, a resident of Highwood Condominiums in Franklin, says she feeds cats in the neighborhood (including the two below) at least 220 cans a week. Many of her neighbors resent the cats' spraying on their property and the nightly noise. Dottie Luff, a resident of Highwood Condominiums in Franklin, says she feeds cats in the neighborhood (including the two below) at least 220 cans a week. Many of her neighbors resent the cats' spraying on their property and the nightly noise. (PHOTOS BY ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / August 9, 2008

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A Franklin condo association's plan to trap and exterminate a colony of feral cats was temporarily called off yesterday due to public outcry. (Full article: 518 words)

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