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Pets of the week

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Poofy

This is Poofy, a eight-year-old barn cat in St. Norbert. Poofy hates the winter and loves cuddling up in his cosy bed when it's chilly outside. Poofy loves a good scratch behind his ear and loves to cuddle. Even though he is a barn cat, he gets treated like royalty.

-- Mary-Elizabeth McKenzie & Jessica Boswick

Miss Bunny

Miss Bunny was adopted from the Humane Society in February 2013. We named her after Thumper's girlfriend from Bambi, which she closely resembles. Miss Bunny was very shy and nervous when she first arrived, but now she is queen of the house and can navigate stairs and open doors. She has a favourite sofa that she sleeps on, but don't even think of sitting on it or you might get a little nip to make you move.

-- Jan Melnychuk

Miesha & Mack

These two kittens are absolute gems in our lives! They are so loving, unique and fun! Miesha (nine months) we got from a friend at nine weeks old, and Mack (seven months) we got from Craig Street Cats at 12 weeks old. Miesha loves bubbles, water, heat vents, sunny days and anything that has a feather or fur on it! Mack likes jumping, napping, going outside (even in the winter), exploring, bean-bag toys and cuddling.

-- Tara Fillion

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 14, 2014 D5

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