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HOBART | Hobart resident Mike Williams hopes to put shelter cats to work for the city.
A friendly husky stands against the gate of his pen Thursday at the Hobart Humane Society.
Bredna Slavik, director of The Hobart Humane Society, visits with adult dogs Thursday at the center.
Darla Overholt, of Crown Point, holds a kitten Thursday at the Hobart Humane Society. Overholt visits the center often with friend Sherry Rakoczy, of Schererville, donating time and items for the animals.
Brenda Slavik, director of the Hobart Humane Society, visits two pit bull-mix puppies Thursday at the facility.
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