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Mallard finds new mate after tragedy

August 11, 2013

WARREN TWP. — It looks like a case of love at first quac....

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nj1234

Aug-11-13 4:20 PM

I am amazed at the forgiving spirit of these people! I hope it changes these young people before they do harm to people. Bad enough the helpless animals. I personally can find no sympathy for them. I have raised 6 children and would hate to think what I might do to one of hem that hurt an animal! I lose my cool when one of them accidentally steps on my dog,(who is hard to see due to his coloring)now. And they are all grown, over 30!

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JoeBobAcabra

Aug-11-13 8:48 AM

They don't call them HUMANE officers for nothing. Don't concentrate on the negative actions of a few but be thankful for the kindness of the vast majority of people - and animals.

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IFHPED

Aug-11-13 8:21 AM

I would not be so forgiving of these little bas****s. It is known that kids who abuse animals often times grow up to be child abusers. I'd keep a close watch on these little snots.

I was a kid once, and NEVER harmed an animal in my life.

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