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Pets of the Week

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Stanley

Stanley is a British Yorkshire terrier almost one year old. Stanley has a lot of clothes and toys but today he is posing in his new polo shirt with his rubber chicken. He brings a lot of joy into our family!

-- Zenith Poole, Winnipeg

Kahlua & Tigger

This is Kahlua, 16-month-old terrier/Rottie, and Tigger, seven-year-old tabby pretending to get along!

-- Carlene Vouriot

Hunter & Henry

Greetings from Hunter and Henry our two rescue dogs, five and nine years old. Our woofers love to cuddle, eat peanut butter and chase bears in the summer.

-- Tricia Ashdown

Edward Wellington Mouseripper

At age three he may be the world's pudgiest cat, a rescue from the Winnipeg Humane Society. He loves eating and his pet "Mousie." I put him on diet cat food from a vet friend and he gained a pound. He is chatty and lovable, and meant to be "full figure" and I can't imagine living without him.

-- Margaret Wolstencroft

Pfeffer

This is Pfeffer, our four-year-old Miniature Schnauzer who, as you can see, is very curious -- careful Pfeffer!

-- Merv & Cheryl Deamel, Landmark

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 26, 2013 ??65531

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