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Maggie & Kayla

Jasper

Jasper is a six-year-old Rhodesian ridgeback and comes from Arizona. They are bred in Rhodesia to hunt lions, but he is a very gentle giant. He loves sunbathing and dislikes snow and winter. The couch he is sprawled out on is the couch that he ate to pieces when he was a puppy; it was all over the living room. He is now a well-mannered dog and as long as there is food around he is happy.

-- Melissa Voth

 

Casey

Burrito cat! Casey enjoys being covered up, and in this case he tucked himself into a folded-up blanket.

-- Carman Johnston

 

Maggie & Kayla

We have two girls that we love very much. Maggie (the dark one) is from the Winnipeg Humane Society. She has been in our lives for six years now. Can't imagine someone giving her up, as she is such a good girl. She is Shih Tzu and pekinese. Kayla has been with us from a puppy. She is three years old. She is extremely smart and does tricks. She is poodle and yorkie. They are the best of friends; they couldn't do without each other.

-- Heather Shewchuk and Dennis Handford

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 13, 2014 C5

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