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Chris Smith brings food to feed his cats outside of the home he shares with his wife, Tamre on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. The Smiths have volunteered their efforts to care for abandoned and feral cats. They provide for about 70 cats and work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program,  intended to reduce the number of feral cats.

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Chris Smith brings food to feed his cats outside of the home he shares with his wife, Tamre on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. The Smiths have volunteered their efforts to care for abandoned and feral cats. They provide for about 70 cats and work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program, intended to reduce the number of feral cats.

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Chris Smith brings food to feed his cats outside of the home he shares with his wife, Tamre on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. The Smiths have volunteered their efforts to care for abandoned and feral cats. They provide for about 70 cats and work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program,  intended to reduce the number of feral cats.
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An ear-tipped cat pears out towards Chris Smith who is putting food out for several of about 70 feral cats he cares for on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. Eartipping is the universal sign of a neutered feral cat. Chris Smith and his wife Tamre, work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program, intended to reduce the number of feral cats.
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Chris and Tamre Smith have volunteered their efforts to care for abandoned and feral cats on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. They are home to about 70 cats and work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program, intended to reduce the number of feral cats.
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Tamre Smith holds onto an ear-tipped cat inside the home she shares with her husband, Chris Smith, on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. Eartipping is the universal sign of a neutered feral cat. The Smith's, who provide for about 70 abandoned and feral cats, work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program, intended to reduce the number of feral cats.
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Chris Smith brings food to feed his cats outside of the home he shares with his wife, Tamre on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. The Smiths have volunteered their efforts to care for abandoned and feral cats. They provide for about 70 cats and work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program,  intended to reduce the number of feral cats.
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Tamre Smith pets an ear-tipped cat outside the home she shares with her husband, Chris Smith, on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. Eartipping is the universal sign of a neutered feral cat. The Smith's, who provide for about 70 abandoned and feral cats, work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, as they are participating in a trap and neuter program, intended to reduce the number of feral cats.
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Chris Smith walks to the front of the home he shares with his wife, Tamre on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. The Smiths have volunteered their efforts to care for abandoned and feral cats. They provide for about 70 cats and work together with the Lee County Domestic Animal Services, who are participating in a trap and neuter program,  intended to reduce the number of feral cats.

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