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Animals In Print
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From 14 June 2002 Issue


"Cinnamon Roll, " "Cinnamon" for short
"Peggy Sue"
"Elsie-New" , "Liberty  Belle"  or "L belle"  
"Arwen", "Ratha",  "Jem"
"Swirl Girl"

And the winner is................

We couldn't decide!! So we named the rescued Pit Bull girl, with the injured leg:
"Betty Sue Sweetpea," and the next rescued (red chow mix) dog we named "Liberty Cinnamon", and the NEXT rescued (Brittany Spaniel) girl dog "Fluffernutter", and still the next one "Jem".

THANK YOU for all your wonderful contributions of some of the most original dog names!!

Remember, when you see a lost and/or injured companion animal, always stop and help!

Thank you for caring about the animals!!!!


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