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  • Cathouse on the Kings founder Lynea Lattanizio has calling to save felines

    Cathouse on the Kings founder Lynea Lattanzio gave up her home on the Kings River to open a no-kill shelter for cats and kittens and to provide spay and neuter services. Lattanzio is one of The Bee's .

Cathouse on the Kings founder Lynea Lattanizio has calling to save felines

Cathouse on the Kings founder Lynea Lattanzio gave up her home on the Kings River to open a no-kill shelter for cats and kittens and to provide spay and neuter services. Lattanzio is one of The Bee's .
Eric Paul Zamora ezamora@fresnobee.com