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Sneakers

 

Hi, my name is Rachel. I am seven years old and the owner of Sneakers my hamster. Sneakers is a boy and he is nine months old. He loves to run on the top of his wheel and he is always happy to be eating cucumber. Sneakers is the best pet ever!

-- Rachel

 

Oscar

 

A sunny slightly warmer day seems to be telling Oscar spring is here. Looks like he might need some sunglasses!

-- Hugh Tibbs

Pippi

 

This is our new Morkie (yorkie-Maltese mix) Her name is Pippi and she is five months old. She is an absolute ball of fun who can dress up, but get down and dirty outside, too! She loves playing with her big sister Cisca, a maltipoo, who is 15. We are so glad Pippi came into our lives

-- The Smith family

 

Lucy

 

This is Lucy. She is one year old and she is the only one in Winnipeg who does not want the snow to melt.

 

-- Shelley P.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 7, 2013 C5

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