The torture of two kittens has angered Waikouaiti police, who
are determined to track down those responsible.
An investigation into the possible poisoning of pigeons and
other birds in the Exchange area of Dunedin has failed to
find the source of the reported deaths.
Dunedin resident Kim Spooner (20) gets to know her new
kitten, Nahla, at Dunedin SPCA premises yesterday.
Hopeful for the adoption of a kitten from the Otago SPCA are
(from left) Emily (7), Aidan (2), Craig, and Caitlin (10)
Ealson, of Mosgiel, in Dunedin yesterday.
Department of Conservation community relations ranger Liz
Sherwood releases a mollymawk from the wharf at the
Portobello aquarium this week, watched by communications
ranger Claudia Barbirat and visitors to the aquarium.
SPCA animal attendant Donna Hurring, fusses over some of the
15 adult male cats at the Dunedin SPCA needing homes.
He may have suffered
a stroke, but John Griffiths, better known as Dunedin's "pen
man", has vowed to continue his fundraising.
Public outrage has led to a $1000 reward being offered for
the conviction prosecution of the sadist who cut off the ears
of an eight-week-old puppy.
Animal protection inspectors are closing in on offenders
responsible for cutting off the ears of an eight-week-old
Fundraising will need to be the Otago SPCA's focus this
coming year, the organisation's annual report says.
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