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PETS: Readers send in photos of their animals

Readers have submitted hundreds of entries to the View’s pets section. And, because we only can feature a few photos each week in the newspaper, we decided to expand the sharing online. We hope you enjoy these extra faces, and remind you to check back each Tuesday for more photos of your best friends.

“This is Lily rose, who is a Coton De Tulear,” wrote Jim and Nelda Lefler of Las Vegas. “ She has made us better people by being part of our family. She looks like a princess and acts like a clown. Her favorite activity is going for a ride in the car. She could be in a deep sleep, and if the word ‘ride’ is mentioned, she is up and running to the back door.”

“This is Gizmo and Jose, our babies,” wrote AnnMarie Lacroix and Eric Cavness of North Las Vegas. “Jose likes to stick his tounge out at us. Gizmo was diagnosed with a large heart but is still happy.”

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