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Cat-astrophic: International vets on desexing missions in Aitutaki

Saturday 14 January 2023 | Written by CI News Staff | Published in Features, Weekend

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Cat-astrophic: International vets  on desexing missions in Aitutaki
The veterinarian team for the final Vet Trek before Covid-19 closed the borders arrives at Rarotonga Airport in November 2019. CREDIT: SUPPLIED/23011317

Aitutaki’s cat population has ballooned in the nearly three years since Covid-19 stifled an initiative recruiting overseas veterinarians on desexing missions. Joanne Holden reports.

Aitutaki’s cat population has ballooned in the nearly three years since Covid-19 stifled an initiative recruiting overseas veterinarians on desexing missions. Joanne Holden reports.


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