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Huntsmen retrieve lost hound dog
Fever at the League's office
Fever spent four hours at the Leagues office in Dulverton
Red-faced huntsmen were forced to retrieve one of their hounds from anti-hunt protestors after it was left behind during a hunt meeting.

Fever became separated from the rest of the pack as the Minehead Harriers hunted in Exmoor, Somerset.

She was found by members of the League Against Cruel Sports (LACS), and was looked after for four hours.

"Fever had a lovely time at the League offices learning all about our campaigns," a LACS spokesman said.

He added: "Let's hope she takes back her newly-found knowledge to the Harriers."


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