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August 17, 1998 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bibbles the cat is at the animal emergency room because she has been ill and is lethargic. But her owners, Warren Wyatt and Julie Hines, have symptoms too. "It makes us nervous because we're pet lovers," says Wyatt, 42, of Fountain Valley. "When you have pets, you have problems." Hines, 33, blames herself for the situation and has a migraine from the stress. Three days ago, she waited too long to feed Bibbles, and the hungry cat chowed down on a towel, swallowing a piece of cloth.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1998 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bibbles the cat is at the animal emergency room because she has been ill and is lethargic. But her owners, Warren Wyatt and Julie Hines, have symptoms too. "It makes us nervous because we're pet lovers," says Wyatt, 42, of Fountain Valley. "When you have pets, you have problems." Hines, 33, blames herself for the situation and has a migraine from the stress. Three days ago, she waited too long to feed Bibbles, and the hungry cat chowed down on a towel, swallowing a piece of cloth.
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April 11, 1994 | FRANK MESSINA
A group of veterinarians would lease property near the Mission Viejo Animal Shelter under a proposal to be considered by the City Council today. The South Orange County Emergency Veterinary Group has proposed building a clinic on about 10,000 square feet next to the animal shelter at 28095 Hillcrest. The 55-year lease sets rent at $12,000 per year. However, the veterinary group would also serve as the animal shelter in exchange for all or a portion of the rent.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1994 | FRANK MESSINA
A group of veterinarians would lease property near the Mission Viejo Animal Shelter under a proposal to be considered by the City Council today. The South Orange County Emergency Veterinary Group has proposed building a clinic on about 10,000 square feet next to the animal shelter at 28095 Hillcrest. The 55-year lease sets rent at $12,000 per year. However, the veterinary group would also serve as the animal shelter in exchange for all or a portion of the rent.
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