Colin’s arrives back in New Zealand after her unscheduled visit to South Korea in 2001. Colin’s, named for the Port Taranaki worker who adopted her, attracted international media attention when she was accidentally taken to South Korea on a methanol tanker. After a mid-ocean transfer was rejected as too dangerous, a pet food company paid for her to be flown back to New Zealand.
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