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Not exactly like the cartoons... - Reuters 7/25/05

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  • Not exactly like the cartoons... - Reuters 7/25/05

    Article from Reuters available at news.yahoo.com - 7/25/05
    Not exactly like the cartoons...
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Dozens of stray dogs roaming around the new Walt Disney theme park in Hong Kong have been rounded up and put down as the company prepares to open the park in September, a newspaper said Monday.

    The South China Morning Post reported that the dogs had been cared for by construction workers but were abandoned after the park was built.

    A spokeswoman for Walt Disney Co. said they had asked the government to round up the strays because they were roaming around in packs and felt they posed a safety risk.
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    Last edited by Bass Shakers; 07-28-2005, 10:47 AM.
    My finger points.

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