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How the pack rat is finally getting its day in court: The pack rat saga

The pack-rat is back in court, with its owners claiming they were discriminated against and that they were unlawfully denied the chance to appeal against a $4.5m judgment.

The dog was found dead in a cardboard box in the backyard of the Pack Rat Storage Centre in Wollies Pack Rat District in Melbourne’s north-east in 2015, just three months after the animals had been relocated from their home in Hobart to an undisclosed location in Queensland.

The dogs owner, who is now based in New South Wales, says the dogs were moved to Australia in 2015 to be cared for by an Australian-based dog breeder.

The dogs were initially given a two-year quarantine, with the hope of re-establishing their social lives with their new owners.

The pack rat has since gone through six different owners, each of whom had their rights to appeal upheld, according to the plaintiffs.

In the case, the owners are seeking $4 million in damages.

On Monday, they had argued that the judge had made it clear that the court should not be forced to hear the case on the basis of “political correctness”, and that the Australian Federal Police (AFP) should not have been called as witnesses.

“The decision is a decision that the courts cannot make on the merits, it is a political decision,” lawyer Andrew MacLean told the court.

“[But] the Court has found it is appropriate for the parties to come to an agreement in order to determine the award of damages and the amount of costs to be awarded.”

He said it was not a matter for the court to determine whether the AFP had been biased in the case.

‘The police should have been on the case’The case has prompted an online petition with more than 100,000 signatures to demand that the APC and the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) be called to the court, which will decide if the case is heard.

In a statement, APC said: “APC is disappointed with the decision and disappointed that the Court of Appeal did not find that the AFP acted unreasonably in the matter.

APC has been seeking a judicial review of this matter since the case was heard in the Court in 2015.”

It is important to note that APC is not the complainant in this case.

We have made clear in our submissions that we have not sought to seek a judicial resolution of the matter.

“The APC also said it would “continue to fight for a fair outcome in the court of appeal, which has the potential to lead to a major change in Australia’s animal welfare laws”.

How to get the best value for your pet food packer

A $1.25 dog packer is more than just a cheap dog food, but a smart pet food manufacturer has been using it to great effect.

The $1 a day dog food company, Rottie, is now offering a $1 discount on their dog food packs to help people save money.

A lot of the best dog food in the world is made by big food companies.

To put this in perspective, a lot of dog food brands have a markup of over $20 per ounce.

Rottie’s deal is good until April 25th, so it’s a great way to save on a great quality dog food.

So how do you buy a $3 dog food pack?

A good way to get a good price is to get an online shopping cart.

This is a service that allows you to get in touch with a company’s online store and they will send you a package that you can pick up and pick up another package for you.

If you buy this package and then you get a dog food that you didn’t receive, you can just buy a second package and re-order it for the $3 price.

How much can you save?

The Rotties cheapest dog food is $3.99 a day, which means you save $6.97 a year, or $18.03 per year per dog.

That’s a $5 savings.

So how much can I save?

This will vary depending on the brands you choose, but most of the brands are made by major food companies and the Rottys cheapest dog foods are from those companies.

To save even more, check out our guide to dog food discounts to find out how much you can save on your dog food packages.