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February 27, 2021

Sniffing the canine capers

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Appalled as I was that there was no room in your last issue for the table tennis or Shand Series reports, yet enough space for ‘name the police puppies’, an item that was carried by other news outlets, I have decided to enter into the spirit of things and suggest a few names for the very cute but unsuspecting canines.
Let’s start with the ladies: Ash (get the stash, Ash), Aggie (find the baggie, Aggie) and Ayla (the jailer). For the boys,let’s see, Akhmed (to ostracise minority groups), Arfa (as in arfa pound), Abbo (a tracker dog), and to honour the late Bee Gee, Andy (because he can sniff up more coke than Andy Gibb). Do I win anything?

B Mollet
Mullumbimby


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