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Reader Photos: Washington’s Cutest Pets, December 9, 2014

This week, meet readers' pets Teddy, Alfie, Bindi, and Hendrix.

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“Teddy (above) is a four-year-old English bulldog who lives in Truxton Circle. He enjoys romping through Congressional Cemetery, swimming/sinking, and chewing sticks. He hates rolling luggage and citrus. Teddy once swam with Jack Jr. of Georgetown.”

“This is Alfie, a miniature Holland Lop who lives in Alexandria. He is almost three years old and weighs 3.2 pounds. Even though he’s a rascally rabbit, everyone loves him at first sight. His hobbies are tapping my foot with his nose to tell me he wants some treats, running up the stairs to hide under my bed, and begging for lettuce.”

“Hendrix is a two-year-old border collie ball-fiend who practices football in Manor Park. He’s going to start with Major League Soccer before moving on to the English League and the big bucks. If that doesn’t pan out, he’ll explore his options as a tennis-ball retriever, human-behavior expert, or agility master.”

“This is Bindi. She lives in Northwest DC. She is originially from an interstate of New Mexico and arrived in DC by way of Indianapolis (how she got her name) and Kentucky. Bindi loves city life. She rides in Ubers. Her first language is Spanish. She loves wearing sweaters and coats in the winter. She enjoys Wiseguy pizza and walks in John Marshall Park. She has a huge fan base and is know as ‘Bindi in the City’ because of her love and enjoyment of all things DC!”

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