Thursday, April 06, 2006

Animal Rights Groups Honors Police for Saving Moose


Animal rights groups honors police for saving moose

MILAN, N.H. An animal rights group is honoring the Berlin (New Hampshire) police department for its efforts to rescue a young moose that had become entangled in a child's swingset last month in Milan.
The 400-pound moose became trapped as it tried to snack on a backyard hedge and got tangled in the swingset's chains. The police department's maintenance man, Don Valliere, had to climb the swingset and use bolt cutters to free the animal.

Today, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent Berlin police Chief Peter Morency a letter thanking him for his department's swift and compassionate efforts.

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