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Teddy

03-15-16 000068 TEDDY kitty

Hello. My name is Teddy and I am a long-hair orange male kitty, about 6 months old. I have cute tufts at my ears and on my paws. I came in with my brother and we are both kind of scared and want to find a home. I am litter trained and very friendly. Please come in and see me …

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Out and About – Week of March 14th

Here we are in the middle of March and my snow blower still has some gasoline in its tank. I’m at a loss as to what I should do. Should I run the snow blower out of gas and hope that we don’t get another storm, or should I hold off for a few more days? Suddenly I regain my …

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Stray

March 8 2016 pet of week shar pei

Hi. I’m hanging out here at Animal Control. I kinda lost my way. They just call me “Stray”. I am a male, Shar Pei mix about one year old. I love treats and will sit perfectly if you offer me one.. I am very friendly, attentive, and did I tell you I love treats. Do you like shorthaired blond males? …

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Out and About – Week of March 7th

“If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb.” This phrase has been around for as long as I can remember, and is usually pretty accurate. If you live in the Three Rivers area, you are well aware that March came roaring in like a true king of the jungle. Some of us feel that …

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Flash

03-01-16 000153 FLASH kitty

Hello. My name is Flash and I am a full-of-fun female feline and if you want a playful pal, I’m your girl. I love to cavort and will do somersaults, flips and contortions if you give some catnip to me. I am one year old so I have a lot of energy. I’ve also already been spayed and my front …

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Out and About – Week of February 29th

I have recently come to the conclusion that chivalry is indeed dying. It’s just not that important anymore, much like social graces. Gentlemen don’t open doors for ladies, because ladies don’t expect or insist on it. Helping a lady off or on with her coat is something rarely seen, because gentlemen haven’t been taught this courtesy. The dying of chivalry …

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