An Oregonian briefly describes her childhood pet house cat, his origins, and frilly apparel
An Iowan relates the humorous antics her pet goose, Susie
A woman tells the story of two little girls, who, bored, decided to play dress up with some little pigs
Selling baby "Easter bunnies" allowed an Iowa woman to buy some candy eggs for local children's Easter egg hunt
A Missourian tells how her family dog, Pandy, saved her baby brother from a mean old rooster on their family farm
A Missouri woman recalls how her mother raised a pet bull calf that was orphaned in a storm on their family farm
An Iowan tells a story about a lesson she learned while raising geese for college money
An Oregon woman tells the story of how Mother Hen, one of her Leghorn chickens, raised a clutch of orphaned ducklings
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