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Ralphie the Cockapoo is happy pooch.
Talented Daisy can sing, fetch, roll over and give high-fives.
Brucey loves being pampered and brushed.
Toffee battles a rare condition called Fibrocartilagenous Embolism (FCE)
Happy Buster also enjoys rolling on grass.
Molly the Shoodle enjoys chasing butterflies.
Seven-month-old Alfie is also a fan of chicken.
Angel loves nothing more than racing round the local playing fields.
Charlie loves showing off his spotty belly.
Charlie loves cuddles and to watch television.
Eric is just under a year old and a Spinger Spanel and Toy Poodle Cross breed.
Scooby enjoys cuddles and chew sticks.
Suzie loves nothing better than a quiet life and sunshine.
Sophie loves a play and a paddle.
Gally also enjoys hunting, hide-and-seek and playing with plastic bags.
18-year-old Smudge is still young at heart.
This beautiful little man is called Clarke - he's a fourteen-week-old sugar glider (marsupial).
Pippa loves playing in the park and relaxing on the beach.
One-year-old Holly enjoys playing and getting treats too.
The cats in the cattery were never 'Feline Lonesome Tonight' when Elvis crooned 'Love Miaow Tender'.
Shih Tzu Milo loves to play with other dogs in the park.
Nina loves to play football.
Ex-battery hen Amber sports a proud crown of feathers.
Henry is often called 'Bowie' because of his unusual peepers.
Archie's good luck means he gets away with all his mischief-making.
Eddie loves hot weather.
Two-year-old kitty also enjoys head rubs.
Marky is four-years-old and lives in Seacombe.
Coco, Teddy and Tiggers pose for a family pawtrait.
Toast also enjoys cooling dips in the canal.
Rosie likes to steal doughnuts from her unsuspecting owner.
Lilly also enjoys sitting on laps and watching TV.
Cheese fan Dizzy also enjoys chasing birds.
There's never a dull moment when Jasper's about.
Seven-year-old Gonzo, named after his lovely big nose, lives with owner Nicky in Birkenhead.
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THE Caxton edition of work by Dutch painter Louis Raemaekers was first published a century ago.