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51-year-old Lusiwati might not have a steady job but regularly feeding more than 170 stray cats in South Jakarta keeps her as busy as any office worker. Twice a day, Lusi rides her old motorcycle carrying a box containing a mix of rice and shredded fish for stray cats in at least 11 spots in South Jakarta. Yet, she is happy to say that it isn’t too much for her to handle.
Read full article in The Jakarta Post paper edition on April 11, 2017, page 4.
(The Jakarta Post / Agnes Anya)