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SLIDESHOW: PAWSitive Visits program helps residents connect

Monday, December 14, 2009 | 2:31 p.m. CST
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The PAWSitive Visits program brings a variety of pets to residents living in the city's retirement homes. Pet owners give hour-long presentations on their animals, which include dogs, cats and alpacas. Charlotte McKenney, the coordinator of the program, describes a typical visit at Tiger Place senior living facility.

COLUMBIA — The PAWSitive Visits program brings a variety of pets to residents living in the city's retirement homes. Pet owners give hour-long presentations on their animals, which can include dogs, cats and alpacas. Charlotte McKenney, the coordinator of the program, describes a typical visit at Tiger Place senior living facility.


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