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Dogs reunited with their owner through AFM members’ efforts

A positive post on Alison Bezzina’s page, an activist in favour of animal rights, shows how two dogs were reunited with their owner after being picked up by Armed Forces members.

Bezzina shared the news on her page to show the willingness of Armed Forces members to give a helping hand. She did this in the wake of generalisations and insults made against Armed Forces members when the news emerged of the two soldiers accused with the murder of Lassine Cisse Souleyman.

The dogs, found at Luqa, appear to have lost their way after they evaded their owner.

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