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No-kill shelters defend practices 

State regulators question animal welfare at three large operations

A car pulls into the driveway at The Haven, a private, no-kill animal shelter in Raeford. A woman gets out of the car and hands Director Linden Spears a gray and white kitten. She signs papers surrendering ownership while her children watch…

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