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News - November 23, 2012

Around the block

HELPING PERRY RECOVER ... Former Palo Alto Weekly Editorial Assistant Karla Kane, a musician and animal lover, has created a benefit album of music with her band, The Corner Laughers, to help pay for injuries sustained by Barron Park donkey Perry. Perry, 18, was bitten on the face, legs and abdomen by a dog Nov. 6, head donkey handler Bob Frost said. The extended-play album is called "To the Donkeys of Barron Park" and contains a song about the famous animals. It is available at Tax-deductible donations to help Perry can also be made through the Palo Alto Donkey Project, Acterra, 3921 East Bayshore Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303. Checks should be made out to Acterra Palo Alto Donkey Fund. Perry is improving and is starting to eat a little, Frost said. The German shepherd mix was relinquished to animal control officers in lieu of being euthanized and was moved out of the city, according to Palo Alto Animal Services.

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