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Cheeky

Cheeky is a yellow-sided conure. She is always making us laugh with her attitude and acrobatics. She loves to cuddle and be with her humans.

-- Linda and Bob Shanks

Sasha & Clifford

Sasha is a three-year-old golden retriever/shepherd cross and has the sweetest personality. We adopted her two years ago from Winnipeg Animal Services. She loves going for walks, car rides, playing with her toys and giving kisses. Clifford is a 14-year-old basset/beagle cross that we took in when his owner died. He's very laid back and loves treats, car rides and his sister Sasha.

-- Elaine Clairmont

Finnegan 'Finn MacCool' Johnson

Finnegan is a sweet and friendly nine-week-old puppy. Finnegan loves to play, especially with ropes and balls. We flew to Ottawa, and then drove to Stirling, Ont. (west of Kingston) to adopt this beautiful boy at eight weeks. He is heart and soul, and absolutely awesome!!!

-- Alexandra & Sylvia Johnson

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 3, 2013 C5

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