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This cat, apparently abandoned by its owners near Shorewood, was taken in by a neighbor who fed it and posted ads on bulletin boards at Island businesses. A woman who works at a north end Starbucks saw the ad and adopted the pet, who is now named ‘Charlie.’ - Contributed Photo
This cat, apparently abandoned by its owners near Shorewood, was taken in by a neighbor who fed it and posted ads on bulletin boards at Island businesses. A woman who works at a north end Starbucks saw the ad and adopted the pet, who is now named ‘Charlie.’
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This cat, apparently abandoned by its owners near Shorewood, was taken in by a neighbor who fed it and posted ads on bulletin boards at Mercer Island businesses. A woman who works at a north end Starbucks saw the ad and adopted the pet, who is now named ‘Charlie.’

 

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