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Jeannette Parker, an animal-loving biologist, stopped to feed a stray cat in a rural area outside Florida's Everglades National Park. Instead of showing appreciation, the cat bit her. Angel Valentín for KHN hide caption

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Cat Bites The Hand That Feeds; Hospital Bills $48,512

An animal lover stopped to feed a hungry-looking stray cat outside Everglades National Park in Florida. The cat bit her finger; then treatment for a possible rabies infection bit her pocketbook.

Jeannette Parker, an animal-loving biologist, stopped to feed a stray cat in a rural area outside Florida's Everglades National Park. Instead of showing appreciation, the cat bit her. Angel Valentín for KHN hide caption

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Angel Valentín for KHN

Cat Bites The Hand That Feeds; Hospital Bills $48,512

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John Combs is a "people greeter" at a Walmart in Vancouver, Wash. But he has been told that come April 25, his job is going away. And he is not alone. Courtesy of Rachel Wasser hide caption

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Walmart Is Eliminating Greeters. Workers With Disabilities Feel Targeted

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Sira Naturals marijuana growing facility in Milford, Mass. Aaron Schachter/WGBH hide caption

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Growing Marijuana Industry Struggles To Attract Employees Of Color

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The head of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, Amit Shah, tweeted that the attack demonstrates that India is "safe and secure under the strong & decisive leadership" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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India Strikes Pakistani Village In Retaliation For Attack In Kashmir

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