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Senior Sean Paree-Huff’s dogs Chai (left) and Latte (right) keep each other company on a car ride. Chai and Latte are rescue dogs that have been part of the Paree-Huff family for most of their lives.

Photo courtesy of Sean Paree-Huff.

Senior Sean Paree-Huff’s dogs Chai (left) and Latte (right) keep each other company on a car ride. Chai and Latte are rescue dogs that have been part of the Paree-Huff family for most of their lives.

Katie Barnett, Reporter

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Math teacher Erin Ingwerson’s cats Noodle (right) and Lollipop (left) sit together in a window. According to Ingwerson, Noodle and Lollipop like to be mischievous by “knocking pictures off the wall or hanging from light fixtures.” Photo courtesy of Erin Ingwerson.
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According to the American Pet Products Association, 67% of U.S. households have a pet. This means that many FHS families have a furry friend of their own.

“All pets have their own unique habits and quirks that make them special,” said senior Meghan Fuller. “They become a part of the family.” This story will highlight a few student and staff pets of all shapes and sizes.