Lorraine Rogers calls "Ki-i-i-ittty! Ki-i-i-tty!" in a loud, shrill voice and the cats come scattering through the yard, slink through the vines and trees overhead and pounce from the trees onto the side room roof with a thud. More than a dozen end up at her food dishes.

That's about to cost her big time. She's been warned by Charleston County Animal Control that each of the animals must be vaccinated for rabies, sprayed or neutered, or she faces $2,200 in fines.

Read more in tomorrow's editions of The Post and Courier.