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February 23, 2013 7:16 AM

Teen becomes powerful lobbyist for thousands of ‘misfit’ cats, dogs

It began last summer when Halie Weber went to adopt a dog. Halie, then 16, and her mother were trying to choose from a pair of pooches at Lake County, Fla., Animal Services when they learned that the one left behind would be euthanized the next day — along with at least a dozen more.

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