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  Abandoned animals get hi-tech help
Updated 26 October 2001, 15.03
Dogs
The RSPCA is turning to the latest technology to help it cope with all the calls it gets every year.

Someone phones the animal welfare charity every 20 seconds asking for advice, help or to report animals that are suffering or being abused.

It all adds up to two million phone calls every year.

Better homes

Now the RSPCA is ripping out its old communications system and installing a state-of-the-art replacement.

It says this'll also help it find better homes for abandoned animals.

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