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FastFriends Annual Greyhound Picnic in the Park

There are 5 comments on the Examiner.com story from Jun 17, 2014, titled FastFriends Annual Greyhound Picnic in the Park. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

The FastFriends.org Annual Summer Picnic in the Park was held on June 14th in La Habra Heights, CA.

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Amused Observer

Valley Village, CA

#1 Jul 8, 2014
I wonder if these guys are against greyhounds in addition to everything else they complain about
http://satirizinglahabraheights.tumblr.com/

Since: Aug 14

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#2 Aug 3, 2014
Greyhounds are friendly and loyal animals. The also love to run. Dogs are not hard to figure out. They want food, love and play.

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La Habra, CA

#3 Aug 24, 2014
Howard Vipperman can be a very generous person.
However, as an elected official with power in his hands, he is a different animal.
Learn about District Attorney investigation of Vipperman, his filing a lawsuit against La Habra Heights residents he disagreed with, and using his position to silence opposition.
http://www.lahabraheights.net/News/VippermanC...
Vipperman is better suited to be a generous businessman than an elected tyrant.

Since: Aug 14

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#4 Sep 17, 2014
this is not the time nor place for political attacks. I am not seeking public office. I want to express my appreciation for the great things that Fast Friends and other similar organizations do for our communities. As most of us know, many of our pets are more than just animals... they are part of our family. I commend you on your efforts.

Since: Sep 14

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#5 Sep 25, 2014
I love animals.

Howard and Karen Vipperman owned a ranch in beautiful La Habra Heights. Throughout the estate were an avocado grove, a hiking trail, two bridges crossing over a running stream, a tennis court, a playground, an olympic size pool, two guest houses and a main house. Their property included animal corrals and a collection of animals that included llamas, goats, pigs, turkeys, chickens, rabbits, ducks and dogs. It wasnít unusual for Karen to take in rescue animals until appropriate placement was found. Some of her animals were involved in community events. Karenís favorite rescue animal was a two day old fawn that was found injured in Puente Hills. A Los Angeles Sheriff called Karen at home one evening, knowing she took in animals. He asked if she could take it in until arrangements were made to put it in a rescue refuge. Karen happily took in the fawn, which her grandchildren named Bambi.

http://karenvipperman.com/about/

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