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- Supporters of the Naples Cat Alliance distribute fliers in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.

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DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - Supporters of the Naples Cat Alliance distribute fliers in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.

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- Supporters of the Naples Cat Alliance distribute fliers in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Bonita Springs resident Erica Gardner, center, distributes fliers with the Naples Cat Alliance in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Naples Park resident Bobby Bishop listens to members of the Naples Cat Alliance as they distribute fliers in the neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Naples resident Elizabeth Rose tapes a flier to a mailbox as she distributes the fliers with the Naples Cat Alliance in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Supporters of the Naples Cat Alliance distribute fliers in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Naples resident Kathleen Odum tapes a flier to a mailbox as she distributes the fliers with the Naples Cat Alliance in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- A sticker adorns the tailgate of a supporter of the Naples Cat Alliance as the group distributes fliers in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Naples Park resident Kathleen Odum holds a flier with information about her missing cat, Baloo, as she prepares to help distribute fliers with the Naples Cat Alliance in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Megan Sorbaram, president of the Naples Cat Alliance, organizes a group of supporters to pass out fliers in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Colleen St. Louis, a seasonal Naples resident from Massena, N.Y.,  tapes a flier to a mailbox as she distributes the fliers with the Naples Cat Alliance in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.
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- Kathleen Odum, left, and Erica Gardner, post information about missing animals as they help distribute fliers with the Naples Cat Alliance in the Naples Park neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Naples. The group passed out information about a resident's efforts to trap loose cats and turn them over to Collier County Domestic Animal Services.

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