UPDATED: Local cat wins category in national contest
by Staff Reports
08:04 AM, Saturday, September 20
(UPDATED SATURDAY AT 8 A.M. WITH QUOTES, INFO FROM BOB'S OWNER, AMANDA COFFELT) St. Louis-based Friskies cat food Wednesday announced southeast Cobb County resident Amanda Coffelt and her cat Bob won the Epic category in the third annual The Frisk...

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