WARWICK, R.I. — A Rhode Island animal care clinic and shelter says a former employee broke into the clinic and stole more than 30 cats this week. Care for Animals and PAAWS Rhode Island said Friday that police have been made aware of the Tuesday theft. The Warwick shelter says the recently terminated employee took...
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