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Caroline's Kids Cat Rescue Shelter carolines-kids.org

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Published on Jun 18, 2009

A home for more than 200 abused, sick, neglected and abandoned cats, the facility is situated on 2 acres of rolling, pastoral land. The property also encompasses a wooden deck for easy viewing of a serene stream and colorful, manicured gardens. carolines-kids.org



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Michael Blair/MBlair@News-Herald Andrea Hahn-Lawson, center, of Painesville checks out the adoption room at Caroline s Kids with shelter manager Ellen Distler inside of the Concord Township cat sanctuary. Lawson was looking for a new home for her two cats which could not be separated. The shelter is currently filled to capacity and does not accept pregnant cats or litters of kittens.

Caroline's Kids Cat Sanctuary began in 2007 when founder Judie Brown of Mayfield Heights stumbled upon the property. The lucky find ended the animal lover's lengthy search for a suitable dwelling for felines in dire circumstances.

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