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Solomon

This is our "granddog" Solomon enjoying a car ride in Kelowna. He's a 12-year-old Weimeraner and loves the B.C. life of hiking, swimming and the outdoors.

-- Don and Glenna Zetaruk, Pinawa

Willson & Norman

Our two Scottish Fold cats, Willson and Norman, are brothers. They love to bask in the winter sun, patiently waiting for spring to arrive so they can watch the squirrels in the backyard.

-- Deana Halladay

Kali

Here is our little girl Kali. She is 10 months old and is a cheagle. She loves her big brother Charlie, and she loves to play in the snow. She is a delightful addition to our family.

-- Lucy Randa

Kurby

His name is Kurby. He is a husky-cross, but the long legs hint at a wilder ancestry. He was a rescue dog from Norman Wells, N.W.T. He spent his first nine years in Yellowknife and now lives with us outside of Winnipeg. He is always as happy and enthusiastic as he looks. We call him the oldest "puppy" (and largest at 80 pounds) that we ever had the privilege to live with.

-- John Kirby

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 4, 2014 C5

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