Antwon Daley, an animal care technician with the Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control, feeds a kitten on Monday afternoon brought in earlier that morning by Beaufort County Animal Services.  The kitten was part of a litter of five that was found on Dulamo Road on St. Helena Island.
Antwon Daley, an animal care technician with the Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control, feeds a kitten on Monday afternoon brought in earlier that morning by Beaufort County Animal Services. The kitten was part of a litter of five that was found on Dulamo Road on St. Helena Island. Staff photo
Antwon Daley, an animal care technician with the Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control, feeds a kitten on Monday afternoon brought in earlier that morning by Beaufort County Animal Services. The kitten was part of a litter of five that was found on Dulamo Road on St. Helena Island. Staff photo

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