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Dogs victimized by Katrina arrive in Mass., await new homes

La. owners being sought, but local placements likely

By Benjamin R. Freed
Globe Correspondent / October 10, 2005

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A truck carrying some of Hurricane Katrina's smallest victims arrived in Massachusetts yesterday morning. Thirty-nine dogs from storm-ravaged Monroe, La., are now at the Animal Rescue League's shelter in Pembroke, where state officials and animal welfare workers have started to clean up and identify them. (Full article: 465 words)

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