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    A ferret inspects the room that he and his other ferret friend now live in at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. The ferrets were among 33 animals surrendered by a family in Clinton Tuesday and Wednesday.

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    Lisa Smith, with the Humane Society Waterville Area, handles a cat at the Humane Society on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. It was one of 33 animals surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Lisa Smith, with the Humane Society Waterville Area, handles a ferret at the Humane Society on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    A cat peeks out from her cage as Lisa Smith, background, handles a pair of ferrets at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. The cats and ferrets were among 33 animals surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    A ferret inspects the room that he and his other ferret friend now live in at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. The ferrets were among 33 animals surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Two chinchillas sit in a cage at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. The chinchillas were two of 33 animals surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Ricky Tucker, a dog care tech at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville, tends to a goat on Wednesday. The goat, along with 33 other animals, were surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Ricky Tucker, a dog care tech at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville, tends to a goat on Wednesday. The goat, along with 33 other animals, were surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Ricky Tucker, a dog care tech at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville, tends to a pygmy goat on Wednesday. The goat, along with 33 other animals, were surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Crystal Jackson, a kennel tech at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville, feeds several ducks on Wednesday. The ducks were among 33 animals surrendered by a family in Clinton Tuesday and Wednesday.

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    Lisa Smith, executive director of the Humane Society Waterville Area, handles a ferret at the Humane Society on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. It was one of 33 animals surrendered by a Clinton family this week.

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    Two cats surrendered by a Clinton family, play with each other through their cages at the Humane Society Waterville Area on Webb Road in Waterville on Wednesday. The family surrendered 33 animals.

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