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Boost for suffering war tiger.

THE suffering of Prince, the tiger maddened by Nato bombing in Belgrade, has eased a little after protests from animal lovers.

Now, although his future is still in doubt, the city's zoo has moved the once majestic beast to a larger cage.

Prince was so stressed in the war he bit off all the toes on his hind paws. The Scottish Mirror's exposure of his appalling plight in a tiny cage led to a flood of complaints.

The London-based World Society for the Protection of Animals has already raised nearly pounds 7,000 to buy him and find a new home. They reckon the rescue will cost around pounds 25,000.

Readers can send donations to: WSPA, 2 Langley Lane, London SW8 1TJ.
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Author:Foreign, MARK DOWDNEY
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 22, 1999
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