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Brazil’s cat island inhabitants turn on each other | The World

After surviving abuse and abandonment, now hundreds of cats stranded on a Brazilian island are being threatened by coronavirus. As Ellijahna Victoria reports, with limited food and drinking water, the desperate animals are turning on each other.

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