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Animal care challenge

Tuesday 19 December 2017 | Published in Local

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Animal care challenge
New Te Are Manu vet Kate Galloway (left), working alongside Esther Honey volunteer Kaia Dearlove and TAM veterinary nurse Baillie Doyle (right). 17121542

Recently-founded Cook Islands animal welfare organisation Te Are Manu says it will try to fill the void left by the Esther Honey Foundation on Rarotonga, which will close down at the end of the month.

Recently-founded Cook Islands animal welfare organisation Te Are Manu says it will try to fill the void left by the Esther Honey Foundation on Rarotonga, which will close down at the end of the month.


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