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Cats of the Gazette: Spencer, Milo, Rufus and Willow

  • “Spencer doesn’t especially like to be picked up, but if she’s asleep on the Gazette, you can slowly pull her (on the paper) over to your arms and both enjoy a snuggle,” Denise Elliott, of Florence, writes about her 4-year-old American Shorthair Silver Tabby. SUBMITTED PHOTO

  • “Milo enjoying the Gazette and some Hadley grass. Not even posed!” write Priscilla and Adam Novitt of Northampton. SUBMITTED PHOTO

  • “Rufus is always fond of the crossword puzzle, as are Shel Horowitz and Dina Friedman, of the Hockanum section of Hadley, who have been Gazette subscribers since 1982. He is better at reading upside down than we are,” write the humans who live with Rufus. SUBMITTED PHOTO

  • “Willow is from Hadley,” write her human parents, Lori and Bryan Harper. “She is looking at the Cats of the Gazette and wonders why she is not featured.” SUBMITTED PHOTO

Published: 5/20/2020 7:43:11 AM

Editor’s note: Send us photos of your feline companions at newsroom@gazettenet.com with the subject line “Cats of the Gazette” for a chance to see your pet in print. Please include your name, your cat’s name and city/town of residence in the email, along with a short caption.




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