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SLIDESHOW: KHQ Viewer Pets!

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KHQ.COM - Sunday morning we asked you to send in pictures of your pets. Dogs, Cats, Alligators (still waiting for someone to send in their pet gator picture), any sort of critter that you love and adore as your own, and you didn't disappoint! Check out the KHQ.COM slideshow of KHQ Viewer's Pets!

If you'd like to submit a picture of your pet, simply send it to pix@khq.com

 

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