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Dog Family Scrutinized for Permanent Frown 
by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent
Chicago residents Spike and Joan Miller have come under fire recently due to their permanently less-than-thrilled appearance. However, sources close to the family insist that they are indeed very happy. 
Betty Silverman, 78, lives next door to the Millers on Partridge Ave just outside of downtown Chicago. In an exclusive interview, Silverman told The Fluffington Post, “I’ve lived on this street for 30 years, and the Millers are one of the nicest families I’ve ever met. If anyone judges them by their looks, well shame on them!”
The dogs moved to the Chicago just a few months after their first pup Billy was born, so that he would have access to the best academic and athletic programs in the state.  
"Miller’s a bright kid," said Karl Voigt, the football coach at Granite Ridge Academy, where Billy attends. "He’s got a great arm, too. Honestly, I thought grumpy was ‘in’ these days." 
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Dog Family Scrutinized for Permanent Frown 

by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent

Chicago residents Spike and Joan Miller have come under fire recently due to their permanently less-than-thrilled appearance. However, sources close to the family insist that they are indeed very happy. 

Betty Silverman, 78, lives next door to the Millers on Partridge Ave just outside of downtown Chicago. In an exclusive interview, Silverman told The Fluffington Post, “I’ve lived on this street for 30 years, and the Millers are one of the nicest families I’ve ever met. If anyone judges them by their looks, well shame on them!”

The dogs moved to the Chicago just a few months after their first pup Billy was born, so that he would have access to the best academic and athletic programs in the state.  

"Miller’s a bright kid," said Karl Voigt, the football coach at Granite Ridge Academy, where Billy attends. "He’s got a great arm, too. Honestly, I thought grumpy was ‘in’ these days." 

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Local Dog Is Unimpressed With Wine Selection
Einar, a 3-year-old French Bulldog who recently moved from Norway to Brooklyn, NY, has so far been unimpressed with the wine selection at local restaurants.
"He heard New York was a foodie town," said friend Kilian Meyer. "He was excited to sample the local fare."
But so far, said Meyer, the dog hasn’t been thrilled by what he’s found. 
"The food has been to his liking, I think," he said, "but the wine pairings have been awful. I mean, yesterday he ordered a can of beef and peas Pedigree and the sommelier paired it with a Riesling. Seriously? Everyone knows you need a full-bodied red for that."
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Local Dog Is Unimpressed With Wine Selection

Einar, a 3-year-old French Bulldog who recently moved from Norway to Brooklyn, NY, has so far been unimpressed with the wine selection at local restaurants.

"He heard New York was a foodie town," said friend Kilian Meyer. "He was excited to sample the local fare."

But so far, said Meyer, the dog hasn’t been thrilled by what he’s found. 

"The food has been to his liking, I think," he said, "but the wine pairings have been awful. I mean, yesterday he ordered a can of beef and peas Pedigree and the sommelier paired it with a Riesling. Seriously? Everyone knows you need a full-bodied red for that."

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Cat Community Stunned by Surfboard Theft
by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent
Two San Diego cats were excited to hit the waves this past weekend, but the only wave they experienced was one of depression when they discovered their surfboard had been stolen. 
“They had been practicing their tandem routine in hopes of qualifying for the upcoming Meow Mix Pro Competition,” their publicist, Annabelle Rowland told The Fluffington Post, “but now they’ve been left with nothing but an empty surfboard bag.” The cats haven’t left the empty bag since their devastating discovery — not even for canned food. 
The surfboard heist is the latest in a string of incidents targeting cats that have taken place throughout San Diego’s coastal neighborhoods. Just last week, a Pacific Beach tabby had his favorite laser pointer nabbed right off his front porch, and the scratching post of a calico went missing a week before that.
No suspects have been identified at this time, but police suspect the notorious “Woof Kings” dog gang could be to blame. 
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Cat Community Stunned by Surfboard Theft

by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent

Two San Diego cats were excited to hit the waves this past weekend, but the only wave they experienced was one of depression when they discovered their surfboard had been stolen. 

“They had been practicing their tandem routine in hopes of qualifying for the upcoming Meow Mix Pro Competition,” their publicist, Annabelle Rowland told The Fluffington Post, “but now they’ve been left with nothing but an empty surfboard bag.” The cats haven’t left the empty bag since their devastating discovery — not even for canned food. 

The surfboard heist is the latest in a string of incidents targeting cats that have taken place throughout San Diego’s coastal neighborhoods. Just last week, a Pacific Beach tabby had his favorite laser pointer nabbed right off his front porch, and the scratching post of a calico went missing a week before that.

No suspects have been identified at this time, but police suspect the notorious “Woof Kings” dog gang could be to blame. 

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Pup’s Instagram Selfies Are a ‘Cry for Help’

Henry, a 6-year-old pup from San Clemente, CA, has been posting piles of Instagrams lately. None of them individually are cause for concern, but friends are worried.

"They’re all selfies with captions like, ‘just hanging out with my lewis.’ Which is fine, except Lewis is a stuffed dog," says Jack Graham. "He’s trying to look super popular, but instead he’s just making everyone cringe."

Experts say it may be Henry’s desire to fit in, magnified by the loneliness of social media.

"He wants to show his other friends and classmates that he’s cool," says Dr. Alice Robertson, a canine psychologist. "But in this case, he’s coming off a little desperate."

Henry’s family is investigating ways to broach the subject without causing him any further embarrassment.

Submitted by Victoria Feasey.