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    Waterville cats to adopt - Contributed photo by Lauren Kennedy | of | Share this photo

    Shelter staff at the Humane Society Waterville Area care for nine-month-old kitten Felix, who was one of 12 cats found abandoned in a storage facility in Unity with no food, water or litter for nearly three weeks. Seven of the cats survived and five are now up for adoption.

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    Boone, a six-year-old orange and white male, is one of 12 cats the Humane Society Waterville Area said were neglected and abused at a storage facility in Unity. About one month after the cats were found, Boone is one of five that are up for adoption, along with Flick, a four-year-old gray and white male.

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    Staff at the Humane Society Waterville Area care for Felix, a nine-month-old kitten, after he was rescued from a storage facility in Unity last month. The shelter is hoping to have Felix adopted to the same home with his mother, Emmeline.

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    Felicity, a three-year-old female Siamese cat with one eye, is among five cats the Humane Society Waterville Area is seeking to have adopted after she was rescued from a storage facility in Unity last month. The shelter director said Felicity may have been born with a deformity that caused her to lose her eye, but they are not sure what happened.

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    Flick, a four-year-old male, rescued from a storage facility in Unity last month, eats cat food at the Humane Society Waterville Area as he recovers.

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    Twelve cats were rescued from a storage center in Unity where four each were kept in dog crates with no food, water or cat litter for nearly three weeks, according to the Humane Society Waterville Area. The shelter is now seeking to adopt out five of the surviving cats after they spent the last month recovering.

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