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Craig Grant, who bought 30 acres in Lee, Fla., where he has taken in hundreds of cats at a place called Caboodle Ranch, walks with one of his cats on Thursday,  Jan. 20, 2011. He's created a cat village with a town hall, church, cafe and even a Wal-Mart. He's plagued by accusations of hoarding and mistreatment of the animals. "They make me love me life," he says. "I never feel alone." (AP Photo/St. Petersburg Times, Lara Cerri)
Photo by: Lara Cerri
Craig Grant, who bought 30 acres in Lee, Fla., where he has taken in hundreds of cats at a place called Caboodle Ranch, walks with one of his cats on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011. He's created a cat village with a town hall, church, cafe and even a Wal-Mart. He's plagued by accusations of hoarding and mistreatment of the animals. "They make me love me life," he says. "I never feel alone." (AP Photo/St. Petersburg Times, Lara Cerri)

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