A "Cat-a-strophic" Problem
Residents in one Alachua County neighborhood say they are concerned about a back-yard cat shelter that has bred more than just kittens.
Neighbors say cats are overunning the apartment complex, making life unbearable for residents.
TV 20's Dan Larkin tells us why what started out as one woman's good intentions has become a "cat-a-strophic" problem for her neigbors.
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