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KHQ.COM - Alright all you pet lovers...we just want to say thank you to everyone who contributed to our "Cute Pet Pic" slideshow. We received over 270 pictures of cute pets!

Make sure you give a special thank you to your furry, fluffy, slimy, scaly, slippery, soft, cuddly, or rough little friend who set aside a few moments out of their busy lives to let you snap a shot of their best side and send it to us. We love our viewers and we know you all love your pets...thanks for sharing them with us and putting smiles on thousands of faces!

- Ken And Nichole On KHQ.COM

Do you have a great idea for a slideshow you'd like to see?

Tell us!

Email Nichole.Mischke@KHQ.COM and/or Kenneth.McGrath@KHQ.COM

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