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Zoe (calico kitty) and Munch (pointer)
i brought zoe home from the shelter at age 9. her previous owner was an elderly woman who had to move to an assisted living facility. zoe is 11 now and my lap is still just about her favorite seat in the house =)
don't overlook seniors because they are full of love and deserve to live out their remaining years in a home.
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