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  • Meet Five, a 2-year-old cat who loves the nightlife

    Some are cut out for traditional day jobs and others are not. A lovable cat named Five falls in the latter category. He’ll snooze most the day away, but once the stars come out, he’s ready for life to begin.

Some are cut out for traditional day jobs and others are not. A lovable cat named Five falls in the latter category. He’ll snooze most the day away, but once the stars come out, he’s ready for life to begin. Danielle Ames The Tribune
Some are cut out for traditional day jobs and others are not. A lovable cat named Five falls in the latter category. He’ll snooze most the day away, but once the stars come out, he’s ready for life to begin. Danielle Ames The Tribune

Lovable cat is perfect for a night owl

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