Miami-Dade Animal Control
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A chemical found in virtually every car on the road, and in many home garages, has been blamed for the death of more than a dozen cats in the Hammocks area of Southwest Miami-Dade. Unknown is whether the cats were given the chemical, or whether they found it on their own.
Three cats, suffering from an apparent poisoning incident, were euthanized Tuesday due to their poor condition. The cats were picked up Monday in a neighborhood in the Hammocks after a neighbor called to report nearly a dozen stray cats were dead or dying on her street.
Residents in The Hammocks want to know who killed nearly a dozen neighborhood cats.