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Fly away avian advocates, cats have rights too

This article was published January 13, 2018 at 1:49 a.m.

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A sentry cat at Rebsamen Golf Course keeps a wary eye on the resident Canada geese. Should the fowl approach the expensive greens, the cat will go into full attack mode.Fayetteville-born Otus the Head Cat’s award-winning column of humorous fabrication appears every Saturday.

Dear Otus, What's up with this AAA outfit? They keep sending me anti-cat emails as if I'm some sort of bad person for allowing my cats out in the yard. Now their newsletter has popped up in my mailbox.

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