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June 29, 2017
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Animals/pets Louise


I’ve always liked dogs more than cats. I think most people prefer one over the other. The reason I love dogs is probably a popular one as well: Dogs want to please their owners, cats couldn’t care less, dogs are loyal, cat’s couldn’t care less, dogs will more…
May 17, 2017
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Animals/pets Louise


Herbert was a very handsome 2 year old black and white cat when we first met him. He sat in a cage at the pound in Seattle and stared beguilingly at us with enormous green eyes, as we stared curiously back at him. His gaze was definitely saying ‘Come on and…

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