Veterinarian Randy Whitcomb holds Pandora, a four-month-old female cat who is available for adoption at his Wichita Dog and Cat Hospital. Whitcomb is retiring and closing the business, which opened in 1936.
Veterinarian Randy Whitcomb holds Pandora, a four-month-old female cat who is available for adoption at his Wichita Dog and Cat Hospital. Whitcomb is retiring and closing the business, which opened in 1936. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Veterinarian Randy Whitcomb holds Pandora, a four-month-old female cat who is available for adoption at his Wichita Dog and Cat Hospital. Whitcomb is retiring and closing the business, which opened in 1936. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
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Wichita Dog and Cat Hospital to close after almost 80 years in business

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