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Pets of the Week

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Zina

This is Zina. She was hatched on 12/12/12. She is a bundle of energy and loves to cuddle and give kisses. She also loves veggies!

-- Irene Wagner

Rupert

Rupert is four years old and was adopted from the Winnipeg Humane Society. He enjoys opening cupboards, sniffing shoes and meowing at birds (he's not very sneaky).

-- Alix Kendall, Winnipeg

Kodi & Keya

Please meet Kodi, on the left and Keya. They are American Eskimos. Kodi is 61/2 and Keya is seven. We got Kodi as a pup of six weeks and Keya when she was 11/2 years old. They are not from the same parents but are "sisters" in the truest sense of the word! They love snow, especially Kodi, but also love to sit in the shade on a warm summer's day! I have never seen a more friendly dog than Kodi. Everyone is her friend. Keya is just shy.

- Jan and Mitch Tabak

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 14, 2013 C5

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