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Pet’s Corner - June 2018

30 May 2018

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Thick as thieves

By Kathryn Lewis

Cynthia and Alex are as thick as thieves, but Cynthia can barely keep up with her energetic Maltese cross Jack Russell Terrier.

One-year-ago Cynthia’s love of dogs pushed her to get the pup that now lives in her Dockland’s apartment.

But being cooped up inside makes for a ball of energy when the couple go on daily walks around the harbour.

“He loves to go outside,” Cynthia said. “He is always so active.”

Alex couldn’t sit still to take a photo, but Cynthia said her furry friend was well behaved and loved being around people.

“I love him so much because he is very obedient,” she said.

The accounting and finance student moved from China two years ago and said she loved living in Docklands.

Having Alex by her side is like having a good friend.

“He is a good friend, and he is like a companion,” she said.

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