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New Year fireworks cause dogs to go missing

Friday 5 January 2018 | Published in Local

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New Year fireworks cause dogs to go missing
Tethered animals also need extra care when in areas where fireworks are being used, says the Cook Islands SPCA. 18010410

A large number of dogs have strayed from home after Rarotonga’s New Year’s fireworks celebrations, particularly in the Muri area.

A large number of dogs have strayed from home after Rarotonga’s New Year’s fireworks celebrations, particularly in the Muri area.


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