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Pet’s Corner

05 Feb 2020

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Some shade for Lashie

The heat has been hitting pets badly and owners have been taking care to stay out of the sun.

Gee has found a tree with shade for his dog Lashie on St Kilda Rd near the Arts Centre.

Lashie is 11 years old and is wilting by 9am.

“She’s a little bit tired,” Gee said. “I’m keeping her wet until we go to the park.”

Both Gee and Lashie have been sleeping rough for eight weeks.

“I’ve come here for a couple of hours, will make some money and come back in the evening,” Gee said. “I’ll wait for it to cool down.”

Gee has been fussing over the pure-bred Maltese since birth.

“I have had her since she was a baby. I had her mother. She passedw away two years ago.”

She was named Lashie because of her long eye lashes.

“She’s with me all the time.”

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