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Bayleigh Clock, 14, and her mother Michele Clock play with their two cats, Popcorn and Cheddar outside their Exeter, New Hampshire home Monday, April 29, 2019. The cats were the only two in their litter born with neurological development issues which affects their mobility and balance. ***Cheddar (blue leash), has white boots and more stripes. Popcorn (pink leash) is less saturated color. *** Photo by Katye Martens Brier | NHcats_MartensBrier_027.jpg

Bayleigh Clock, 14, and her mother Michele Clock play with their two cats, Popcorn and Cheddar outside their Exeter, New Hampshire home Monday, April 29, 2019. The cats were the only two in their litter born with neurological development issues which affects their mobility and balance. ***Cheddar (blue leash), has white boots and more stripes. Popcorn (pink leash) is less saturated color. *** Photo by Katye Martens Brier

Bayleigh Clock, 14, and her mother Michele Clock play with their two cats, Popcorn and Cheddar outside their Exeter, New Hampshire home Monday, April 29, 2019. The cats were the only two in their litter born with neurological development issues which affects their mobility and balance. ***Cheddar (blue leash), has white boots and more stripes. Popcorn (pink leash) is less saturated color. *** Photo by Katye Martens Brier

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