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Ground broken on new feline care center in Glenville

October 25, 2018 05:42 PM

GLENVILLE - Ground is broken on a feline care center in Glenville.

The Animal Protective Foundation's new center will be a combo of new construction and renovations to existing space.

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The APF takes in approximately 1,000 abandoned cats and kittens each year.

The new center will be more spacious, include cage-free housing and a new cat evaluation room.

The Burton and Violet Delack Feline Care Center is being named in honor of a Schenectady couple whose financial donation was the lead gift for the project.

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