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Pet’s Corner February 2010

04 Feb 2010

Pet’s Corner February 2010 Image

According to Cheryle Street, her dog Bella blends in well around office and not just in temperament.

“She goes with the furniture, everything in here is white and silver and she’s white and grey,” Cheryle laughs.
Bella the poodle-shihtzu cross wasn’t a planned arrival for her owner Cheryle, of JC Street Real Estate.
Cheryle was actually on her way to buy a coffee and came back with the pup.
Now, seven years later, Bella enjoys the sun and views from her owner’s real estate office on Harbour Esplanade.
“Of an afternoon she often sunbakes in front of the window because we get the afternoon sun,” Cheryle said.
Bella, who attracts a lot of attention, initially began travelling to work with her owner during the hot days of summer last year.
But now the gorgeous dog cannot stay home without being missed by the team at JC Street Real Estate.
“They find her quite calming. It feels like home coming into work,” Cheryle said.
And as for Bella, she doesn’t plan on going anywhere either.
“She’s use to it. If I leave home without her she starts crying at the door.”

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