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Pets of the Week

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Beans

This is Beans, he's 10 weeks old. Here he was trying to get my daughter Sasha's ice cream cone. He's the sweetest little pom around. He loves to play chase, dig holes and play in his water and food dish. He's learned to sit, stay and go up and down stairs, all for treats, of course.

-- Tricia Petz

Lucy

Please meet our four-year-old adorable rescue cat. This is Lucy's favourite way to cool off in the hot weather!

-- Anne Gross

Princess

This is Princess, if you couldn't tell by her lovely tiara. She's a one-year-old collie/lab cross -- energetic like a collie and cuddly like a lab. She enjoys trying to chase cars, chewing squeaky toys, and shadowing my aunt around the house.

-- Amber Pippus

Best buddies

This is our two-month-old kitten Pooky and my handsome man Coca Thunder Boy who was a stray that showed up in our country yard one fine day! This two are best buds who love to play and cuddle!

-- Yvonne Eve and Willy Pelletier.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 7, 2012 ??65531

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