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strays

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A new animal shelter, which will be built in Ma'meer next year, will have special teams to catch the strays and bring them to the facility where they will be kept up for adoption for two weeks before being put down.
The centre, which also has improved kennelling facilities for strays, held its official opening earlier this month, and replaces the shelter in Dinas, which had limited opening hours.
When strays are out in the streets, many enemies await them.
Residents have responded by hunting down the strays.
While some consider stray dogs a menace and propose that they be culled or caged, others feel that the rise in population of strays is because of poor garbage management by local bodies.
Strays isn't just a dog story; it's about the changes a pet brings into the life of Iris, a teen who is angry at the world.
e cash-strapped council is axing its out-of-hours service from April 1, meaning dog wardens will only be available to collect strays between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday.
In East Delhi, the number has crossed 90,000 and in North Delhi there are more than one lakh strays.
OWNERS are being urged to get their four-legged friends micro-chipped as new figures for the number of strays found across Teesside are released.
More than 1,500 strays a year find their way to the Stray Aid Rescue Centre, Cornforth Lane, Coxhoe, in County Durham, a charity that strives to rehome unwanted pets.
Around 20 strays are waiting to be homed in Cannock Chase after being picked up by dog wardens.
Many of the animals are healthy but lost, while others are genuine strays leading a nomadic life.