Local cat wins category in national contest
by Staff Reports
03:04 PM, Thursday, September 18
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 Friskies awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Coffelt’s video, titled “How Bob Gets His Ex...

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