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Topics: Dogs, Chinese

Wednesday, 24 January 2007

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London- Spiraling costs at Battersea Dogs Home have forced the charity to look for alternative revenue streams to keep running. In a new deal, staff from Wong's Chinese Restaurant, based in Chinatown in central London, have agreed to house an unlimited number of the dogs in their back yard.

A spokeswoman from Battersea Dogs Home said 'The people at Wongs were so friendly, not only do they ease the pressure on our kennels, they even come and pick up the dogs in their van. I simply have no idea how large the China Town kennels are but, whenever they arrive they only seem to take the fattest slowest moving dogs. This is great for us as it then allows us to focus on fattening up the thinner poorer dogs'.

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