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Andrea Cornejo


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OPERATION CATNIP

Volunteers help prepare cats for surgery during the UF College of Veterinary Medicine’s Operation Catnip on Sunday. The team of volunteers is expected to have spayed and neutered a total of 50,000 strays by November.

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OPERATION CATNIP

Kayla Lawlor, a 24-year-old UF veterinary medicine student, checks the sex of a cat during the UF College of Veterinary Medicine’s Operation Catnip on Sunday. Lawlor has been volunteering since August of last year.

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OPERATION CATNIP

Nicole Sieling, a 19-year-old UF biomedical engineering sophomore, comforts a cat coming out of surgery during the UF College of Veterinary Medicine’s Operation Catnip on Sunday. Every month, an average of 100 volunteers help spay, neuter and vaccinate an average of 200 cats per event.

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Sean Duncan, a 28-year-old Gypsy Paradise & Friends artist, practices a fist bump with Ileana Rodriguez, 4, during Spirit Fest at The Jam on Sunday. The three-day festival featured more than 30 live music acts, as well as food, hand-made clothing and art to celebrate the venue's closing.

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Four-year-old Olivia Wood, left, and 6-year-old Isabel Wood tell Santa about their Christmas wishes during the annual Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony on Saturday. “They’re always super excited for Christmas,” said Ligia Wood, a web designer and the girls’ mother.

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Joyce Lillquist plays the chorded zither while her husband, Jim, plays the hammer dulcimer during the annual Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony at the Historic Thomas Center on Dec. 5, 2015. The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, composed of the couple, performed a variety of holiday tunes.

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