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MARYANNE FIRTH- St Cathrines Tribune Staff

There are 10 reasons you should click on the live feed below: Ten puppies playing at the Welland and District Humaine Society.

The pups were born in the Six Nations of the Grand River area about 6 weeks ago.

All are available for adoption and are lab-border collie crosses.

The feed will be live between 8:30 and 5 on Thursday and Friday, and you're encouraged to vote for your favourite puppy, identified by the different coloured collars.

Watch live streaming video from stcathstandard at livestream.com
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MARYANNE FIRTH- St Cathrines Tribune Staff

There are 10 reasons you should click on the live feed below: Ten puppies playing at the Welland and District Humaine Society.

The pups were born in the Six Nations of the Grand River area about 6 weeks ago.

All are available for adoption and are lab-border collie crosses.

The feed will be live between 8:30 and 5 on Thursday and Friday, and you're encouraged to vote for your favourite puppy, identified by the different coloured collars.

Watch live streaming video from stcathstandard at livestream.com

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