Sweet Pea gets her tummy rubbed by Timothy Coppedge, at left, as Clarice Coppedge sits next to Sweet Pea in their central Fresno home on Saturday.
Sweet Pea gets her tummy rubbed by Timothy Coppedge, at left, as Clarice Coppedge sits next to Sweet Pea in their central Fresno home on Saturday. CHUEYEE YANG cyang@fresnobee.com
Sweet Pea gets her tummy rubbed by Timothy Coppedge, at left, as Clarice Coppedge sits next to Sweet Pea in their central Fresno home on Saturday. CHUEYEE YANG cyang@fresnobee.com

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