More than two dozen animals are now in a Lee County refuge, saved from Hurricane Florence’s path. Volunteers drove 12 hours overnight to bring 19 cats and seven dogs to the Animal Refuge Center in North Fort Myers. The animals were in a shelter in Williston, S.C. The shelter couldn’t keep them during the storm, and the only other alternative was to euthanize them. Hearing that, the refuge here chose to take them in. The animals will be quarantined for the next 10 days. Staff will make sure their vaccines are in order, and they are healthy. Then they will go up for adoption.