San Francisco Crime Lab Home to Feral Cats
April 05, 2010
San Francisco's police crime lab is dealing with an overabundance of free roaming cats that were originally brought into the space to curb a rat problem.
A multiplying army of feral felines has moved into a lab hangar at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard where the police department stores evidence from old crimes.
Read the full story at sfgate.com.
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