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Pets of the week

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Sparkie and Remy

Although the fur does fly at times, our two new pets adopted from the Humane Society can be quite comfortable next to each other. Sparkie is a pure white one-year-old. Remy is an orange and white four-year-old.

-- Nina Merkulov

Percy

This is Percy. He is a four-year-old Boston terrier. He loves chasing balls and sticks. When he is tired, he curls up under a blanket and has a nap.

-- Colleen Penner

Daisy

Here is Daisy. She is a 13-year-old tuxedo cat who loves to hide in the backyard lilies. I guess I should have named her Lily instead of Daisy.

-- Julie & Coryn

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 12, 2014 ??65531

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