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Lost hiker and her CAT found alive:

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Shocked Lost hiker and her CAT found alive:


This is really interesting, and a bit eccentric!
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.-- Galileo Galilei


This raccoon has come out yesterday since the snow recently melted and can't decide which cherry tomato to eat first. Hubby put them on the feeding bench yesterday morning. (he doesn't like them). They were all gone by this morning.
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