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The Best Companion

Here is one way to avoid loneliness in your old age.

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In my Senior Home, there is a dog named Cleo.

It’s a Dachshund dog, and lives with a lady named Smith. Ms. Smith and Cleo talk with one another. Cleo has a sharp bark when she disagrees with Ms. Smith and a soft bark when she agrees.

Late at night, when the lady’s back is hurting with arthritis, Cleo understands. She lies…




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