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Honolulu City Council considers shortening time Hawaiian Humane Society must keep stray dogs, cats

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                                The Hawaiian Humane Society’s Stephanie Kendrick, pictured with cats Tuesday, supports a City Council bill that requires microchips for cats and dogs.
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The Hawaiian Humane Society’s Stephanie Kendrick, pictured with cats Tuesday, supports a City Council bill that requires microchips for cats and dogs.

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                                Hawaiian Humane Society Director of Community Relations Daniel Roselle held a dog Tuesday as Humane Society Investigator Tom Chmielwicz demonstrated how he uses a chip scanner to identify animals.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Hawaiian Humane Society Director of Community Relations Daniel Roselle held a dog Tuesday as Humane Society Investigator Tom Chmielwicz demonstrated how he uses a chip scanner to identify animals.

DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                The Hawaiian Humane Society’s Stephanie Kendrick, pictured with cats Tuesday, supports a City Council bill that requires microchips for cats and dogs.
DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Hawaiian Humane Society Director of Community Relations Daniel Roselle held a dog Tuesday as Humane Society Investigator Tom Chmielwicz demonstrated how he uses a chip scanner to identify animals.