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July 19, 2007 1:01 AM

Greensburg's lost pets get one more chance at a home

Lanna Swisher tried to keep her expectations low when she arrived at the animal shelter. It had been more than two months since she had last seen her cat. Buddy, a 3-year-old gray tabby, had been missing since the May 4 tornado leveled Greensburg.

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