Dozens of tradies give up weekend to help Queensland animal charity | 7NEWS

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Dozens of tradies have given up their weekend, to help a small Queensland charity. The hot summer sun didn’t slow them down, creating a purpose-built shelter, for animals with life-threatening medical conditions.

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