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Miss Kitty, 10

Miss Kitty used to live with my aunt Elise, but now she lives with me and my other pets. She loves to play with string, and chase things. She is very adorable and very cuddly and soft.

-- Brooke Carey, Stony Mountain

Raven (cat) and Shredder (Guinea Pig)

These two have been best buds since we got Raven four years ago. Shredder is six-years-old They groom each other and sleep together!

-- Marcy Laird

Buster, 3 months, Maltese/Shih Tzu

This is Madison and her new Malshi (Maltese/Shih Tzu) Buster as in Peanut Buster Parfait -- because he is mostly white (like ice cream) with a few swirls of brown (like fudge) in the middle and is topped with all the colours of fudge and peanuts.

-- Cari Didham, Winnipeg

Cocoa (brown) and Mukluk (black)

Cocoa and Mukluk are half brothers but they are very different in colour and behaviour. Cocoa, the older brother, is all brown and very quiet. Mukluk will get into any trouble he can and always bugs his brother. He looks like a miniature husky.

-- Patti Jones, Winnipeg

Morka

My cat Morka likes to be the centre of attention.

--Susan Shilshtut, Winnipeg

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 17, 2012 C5

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