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Joining forces for the good of animals

Monday 18 September 2017 | Published in Local

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Joining forces for the good of animals
Pictured at the meeting are: (from left) Julie Bateman (TAM), Debbie Topp (EHF), Erika Bult (SPCA), Steph Saunders (SPCA), Sharon Reichardt (SPCA), Trish Barton (TAM) and Gwen Welland (TAM). 17091534

A group of dedicated animal lovers from the Cook Islands SPCA, the new Te Are Manu (TAM) Veterinary Clinic and the Esther Honey Foundation Clinic (EHF) have met to discuss how their organisations can work together to improve the wellbeing of all animals (domestic and livestock) on Rarotonga, Aitutaki, and eventually, the outer islands.

A group of dedicated animal lovers from the Cook Islands SPCA, the new Te Are Manu (TAM) Veterinary Clinic and the Esther Honey Foundation Clinic (EHF) have met to discuss how their organisations can work together to improve the wellbeing of all animals (domestic and livestock) on Rarotonga, Aitutaki, and eventually, the outer islands.


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