Tables Turned 

The legal crusade by the Hermitage Cat Shelter's executive director backfires

When the Hermitage Cat Shelter imploded last year, Mary Jo Spring went on a rampage. Before it was over, Spring, the executive director, had banned most of the shelter's 70 or so volunteers and fired much of its staff. Some she accused…

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