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Rachael Ray-funded pet shelter opens in NYC

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NEW YORK (AP) -- The ASPCA has opened an emergency boarding facility for New York City pets displaced by Superstorm Sandy. The shelter is being funded with $500,000 donated by celebrity chef Rachael Ray. ASPCA spokeswoman Emily Schneider says the 20,000-square-foot shelter is for animals whose owners are unable to care for them while rebuilding their lives. The shelter opened Saturday in an...

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