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Niska

 

Hello, this is our beautiful Calico cat. We adopted her when she was just six weeks old. She pretty much has her own personality and very friendly. She is now 31/2 years young. She has her favourite spots and claims all chairs until she is well rested. She got her name from our little girl, she loves to go feed geese at St. Vital and that is why she called her "Niska," which means goose in Cree. We love her very much.

 

-- Aggie and DJ Hill, the Hill family

 

Daisy & Toby

 

Daisy (six years old with the adorable underbite) is adjusting quite well well walking with the double leash attachment and living with our dominant Lab Toby, who is now four years old. Love those rescue dogs.

 

-- Mary Godard

BooBoos

 

BooBoos is a four-year-old mini Rex that is highly energetic, friendly and has a sense of humour that is very amusing, loves to make us laugh and loves to be held. He loves a good brushing. He can sure pose for pictures.

 

-- Tony Burton

Bella & Carlos

 

These are our cats Bella, who is four years old, and Carlos, who is six years old. They love to relax on the couch and nap! Bella and Carlos were blessed into our family by adoption from a local pet store with the Winnipeg Humane Society. Bella and Carlos are very cute, cuddly and love to play outside!

-- Aimee Schwager

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 23, 2013 C5

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