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A stray cat, picked up this past weekend near Basehor-Linwood High School, rests at the city of Basehor’s temporary animal holding facility at the city’s water treatment plant. Finding new homes for stray animals has become costly for the city since it adopted a no-kill policy.

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Around 7 a.m. today, and again this evening, Slim Wilson will drive through the sliding gate in the chain-link fence that guards Basehor's water treatment plant to visit a cat he picked up near Basehor-Linwood High School this past weekend.


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