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Large cat spotted behind Coconut Bay Cafe in Murfreesboro  - VIDEO
Large cat spotted behind Coconut Bay Cafe in Murfreesboro - VIDEO

Spotted by Molly Peco in Murfreesboro TN at Coconut Bay Cafe...

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UPDATE: At least 100 CATS Seized from Camper in Murfreesboro
UPDATE: At least 100 CATS Seized from Camper in Murfreesboro

UPDATE: WGNS has more information on the 100 cats taken in by the Pet Adoption and Welfare Services office in Murfreesboro.

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PAWS Revamping Animal Intake Area Beginning February
PAWS Revamping Animal Intake Area Beginning February

In an effort to better serve the citizens and animals of Rutherford County, beginning February 1, 2018, Rutherford County PAWS will be moving to intake by appointment.

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No arrest made in skinned cat case in Murfreesboro
No arrest made in skinned cat case in Murfreesboro

A very serious animal cruelty case is being investigated by Murfreesboro Police at this time. Reports indicate a cat on Pine Court was skinned. The animal cruelty case was reported on Tuesday.

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Free Sterilizations for dogs and cats in Rutherford County *For the humans that qualify
Free Sterilizations for dogs and cats in Rutherford County *For the humans that qualify

Rutherford County Pet Adoption and Welfare Services is offering a limited number of free sterilizations for dogs and cats... For the humans who qualify. 

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UPDATE: Neighbor Arrested After Allegedly Shooting Cat with Pellet Gun in Murfreesboro

UPDATE: We have more news on a neighbor who called the police after her cat was allegedly shot by a neighbor with a pellet gun in Murfreesboro. Our update shows that the suspect will be in court this March...

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If You Live in Smyrna or LaVergne, Get Your
If You Live in Smyrna or LaVergne, Get Your "Cat" Spayed or Neutered for FREE
The Rutherford County Pet Adoption and Welfare Services Office in Murfreesboro is offering FREE cat or kitten spay and neuter services to residents of Smyrna and LaVergne.
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Police respond to irrational behavior over the adoption of a cat at animal services office
Police had to advise the two women who were from Alabama to leave the center and not return. The two women were “trespassed” from the property. In other words, if they return, they could be arrested.
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