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4th Set of Entries for the 2010 Coolest Pet in PoPville Contest

Ed. Note: Entries accepted through July 23rd. Remember if you have a favorite please let me know.


Tsuki

“This is Tsuki, she lives in Petworth and loves adventure.”


Henry

“Henry does not like to be disturbed when he is sunning… (and yes, he is over three feet long)”


Olaf

“Olaf knows how to keep his cool – with an iced water bottle/Oh yeah!”


Scarlett

“This is Adams Morgan’s resident redtick coonhound Miss Scarlett O., casting her grandeur over the Shenandoah Valley. When she’s not scrambling over rocks, swimming, chasing various critters, or harassing her older brother Kirby, she can be found hanging out on the deck sunbathing.”


Kirby

“This is Miss Scarlett’s older (and very patient) brother Kirby. He enjoys going fishing, riding in the Jeep, long runs on the beach, and chasing anything that’s round, bouncy, or otherwise can be projected through the air. He can get pretty much any girl he wants with those striking green eyes . . .”


Purrsey

“This is Purrsey Cat. He’s a tiger striped Siamese.”


Angel

“Angel looking guilty with my boyfriend’s shoes nearby!”

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