Animals: A. S. P. C. A.

In its 62nd annual report, out last week, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (oldest of its kind in the U. S.) described its good works, made bows for donations, mourned the recent deaths of members, told of new projects.

Sample preventions effected in the five boroughs of New York City:

¶ Removed 132 cruel bits from horses' mouths, replaced them with free snaffle bits.

¶ Relieved a cat which had become tangled in flypaper.

¶Gave hospital aid to a circus camel (playing in a Passion Play) which had pneumonia.


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