Animal welfare groups work together for county's animals

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By Laura Clark

Charlie Metzger was in the middle of detailing how the adoption center works at Metzger's Country Store in Simpsonville when an employee walked in holding a gorgeous, gray-and-white Himilayan.

The cat had been left at the store in its carrier with a note attached requesting Metzger's to care for it.

"It doesn't happen too often, but it happens more than it should," Metzger said.

The cat would have to be taken to the county's animal shelter for a period before it could come back to Metzger's, if the center has space.

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