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November 29, 2013 11:19 AM

Birdie

Birdie was so young when the Palamountain girls found her in a holly tree, she needed to be bottle-fed. Now, a decade later, they’ve grown up together in Matthews and the family describes Birdie as an awesome cat. Their mom, Eileen, tells their story.

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