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City Paper Staffers Show Off Photos of Their Pets 

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Marketing design coordinator Lindsey Thompson's pug Ziggy, rescued from South East Pug Rescue and Adoption in Atlanta
Art director Lisa Cunningham's cat Skippy, a rescue from the woods in Juniata County who loves to play fetch like a dog
Interactive media manager Carlo Leo's Siberian husky Cheyenne, adopted from Animal Friends
Staff photographer Heather Mull's one-year-old kitten Floof, rescued from the woods in Bedford County
Editor Charlie Deitch's "nephew" Diesel, a boxer who loves to cuddle
Advertising and promotions coordinator Ashley Walter's two-faced cat Nyx, adopted from the Animal Rescue League
Account executive Erica Mataya's little gentleman, Peanut, a Chihuahua-Lab mix
Circulation director Jim Lavrinc's cats Smokey and the Bandit, both adopted from Animal Friends
Multimedia editor Ashley Murray's seven-year-old Lab-mix Kennedy, mixed with cocker spaniel, beagle and … ice cream
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Graphic designer Jeff Schreckengost's 12-year-old cat Lulu
Marketing director Deanna Krymoski's dog Chanel, a miniature poodle who is 11 years young
Classified-advertising manager Andrea James' spoiled kitty Magic, a black cat with tons of personality who loves rubs and cuddling
Listings editor Celine Robert's dog Murphy, a Glen of Imaal terrier
Account executive Erica Mataya's "Mr. Grumpy Pants" cat Bilbo
Staff photographer Heather Mull's 8-year-old pit-bull mix, adopted from the Western PA Humane Society
Associate editor Al Hoff's cat Jumbo, adopted from Animal Rescue League, and not grown from a seed, despite appearances
Art director Lisa Cunningham's Persian-mix Nori, who runs to look out the window every time a motorcycle drives by
Editor Charlie Deitch's "nephew" Tazer, a boxer who is a huge fan of Ellwood City Girls Basketball
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