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By: Critter Rescue  16-Feb-2013
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Summer, Drought, Xmas Holidays Posted by Critter Rescue on Saturday, February 2, 2013 It has been a terrible summer with record heatwave conditions. Critterrescue volunteers have taken too many abandoned & neglected pets into care. The drought has meant alot of local people just cant feed their farmyard animals and the Xmas holiday period has meant alot of people have just abandoned their pet dog/cat/guinea pigs/birds etc to go away on holidays. It has been a really busy period for us. Hey everyone help us by reminding people not to take on a pet unless they can provide for them during their holidays. A PET IS FOR LIFE

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