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My Furry Bestie

This corner will feature pets of animal lovers every week. We hope new owners and those thinking of getting a pet will be encouraged to be responsible “furparents” through these features. We also hope more people will be moved to be kind to animals when they read about the great relationship that can be created between humans and animals.

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ORANGE, a two-year-old pusang Pinoy or puspin, was adopted by MIMI, a male rescued cat of Anipilif Corral-Canaling . Orange arrived at their place and surprisingly, Mimi allowed  Orange to eat from her bowl and sleep in her “territory.” They actually often sleep together.

 Orange loves to sleep, enjoys cuddles and cat massages, and is a terrific pest buster, she says.

Mimi is a stray a cat who she found in a Maynilad Treatment Facility Plant.

MOCHA, 3, is spoiled and a bit bratty, owner Mabs Pe Calumbiran says.  But she is also the sweetest cat, she adds.

"I'm a better furmom because of her, had several 'firsts' with her, and she's the reason why I'm always in a hurry to come home,” Mabs says.

POTATO was rescued by Adabel Panotes when she was a kitten. Potato's previous owner heartlessly threw her on the roof of his neighbor’s house. Adabel took her in and she is now 4 years old.

Adabel says: "Potato always loves to play with her favorite tennis ball. She always chases it until she gets tired and falls asleep."

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