Virus outbreak prompts euthanization of 65 cats

The Humane Society of Indianapolis has euthanized 65 cats over the past 10 days after a common feline virus mutated out
of control. The director of operations for the Humane Society said the organization has never had a virus outbreak this extensive.
Cat adoptions have been put on hold until next month. The agency also is not accepting any new cats. Dog adoptions are continuing
as normal.

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