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Bogus animal rescue Facebook page poses as genuine sanctuary to lure donations

The owner of a Tasmanian animal shelter says she plans to involve police over a Facebook page using dozens of photos of the animals at her sanctuary to lure donations from well-meaning people.Key points:Brightside Farm Sanctuary rescues animals and shelters surrendered animals in TasmaniaA Facebook page has been posting pictures from Brightside Farm Sanctuary and calling for donations The owner of the sanctuary is preparing to make a formal complaint to policeBrightside Farm Sanctuary’s Emma Haswell said she was contacted by someone on social media who had noticed a woman on Facebook posting the photos. She said she could not believe what was happening. “I got two messages from people who were friends with this woman on Facebook and they sent me screenshots,” she said. “The screenshots were of
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