CDA shifts 42 stray dogs to neuter center.

ISLAMABAD -- As part of an ongoing comprehensive drive, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has shifted 42 stray dogs to the 'Stray Dogs Control Center' established in the federal capital.

The campaign is being carried out by the CDA across different sectors of the capital city. In a tweet, Chairman CDA Noor ul Amin Mengal said as promised by the Authority, around 42 dogs entered in Stray Dogs Population Control Centre, out of which 22 are males, 11 females and nine puppies.

He said the authority had taken the action on the complaints lodged by the residents of different sectors of the federal capital. 29 dogs were operated, out of which 13 females and 16 males, he added.

The CDA chief said that the authority had...

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