WFIU Pets

In celebration of Pet Wednesday, we wanted to share pictures of our pets with you! Enjoy!

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    Photo: Margaret Aprison

    Pippen, Margaret Aprison's (Online Producer for A Moment of Science> blogger) collie, Pippin, enjoying a snow day.

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    Photo: Jessie Wallner

    Jessie Wallner's (WFIU Online Coordinator) Westie, Gus, tired after a long day of hiking New Hampshire's Squam Range.

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    Photo: Stan Jastrzebski

    Stan Jastrzebski's (WFIU News Director) cat, Riley.

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    Photo: Stan Jastrzebski

    Stan Jastrzebski's (WFIU News Director) cat, Maya.

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    Photo: David Wood

    David Wood (WFIU Music Director/Arts Bureau Chief) and beagle, Yankee, enjoy some studio time!

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    Photo: Julie Rooney

    Earth Eats News reporter, Julie Rooney's cat, Rain.

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    Photo: Brian Cox

    Duke, the 8-year-old boxer, waiting for a treat. Brian Cox (Corporate Development).

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    Photo: Marianne Woodruff

    Marianne Woodruff's (Corporate Development Manager) Russian Blue cat, Alex, relaxing in the sun.

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    Photo: Vickie Anderson

    WFIU Office Manager, Vickie Anderson's dog, Sam, with the catch-of-the-day!

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    Photo: Yaël Ksander

    Yaël Ksander's (WFIU Producer/Announcer) cat, Petal.

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    Photo: Phil Meyer

    Phil Meyer's (WTIU Station Manager) dog, Sandy, smiling for the camera!

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    Photo: Brent Molnar

    “Hey – what the? Who let a camera in here?! It’s for medicinal purposes. I swear!” Brent Molnar's (WTIU Program Manager) rescue cat, Cooper.

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    Photo: Diana Lee Hawkins

    Diana Lee Hawkins' (Accounting Associate) mixed terrier, Ebony Star, enjoys an autumn day.

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    Photo: Diana Lee Hawkins

    Diana Lee Hawkins' (Accounting Associate) Siberian Husky, Shiloh Sunduster, in his winter coat!

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    Photo: Rachel Lyon

    Rachel Lyon's (Associate Web Producer) cat, Simone.

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    Photo: Gabrielle Sloan

    Gabrielle Sloan's (WTIU Traffic Manager), Great Dane/Redbone Hound mix, Arrow, lounging in the leaves.

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    Photo: Eva Zogorski

    Eva Zogorski's (WTIU/WFIU Membership Director) cat, Edie.

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    Photo: Eva Zogorski

    Eva Zogorski's (WTIU/WFIU Membership Director) Golden Retriever, Sydney.

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    Photo: Eva Zogorski

    Eva Zogorski's (WTIU/WFIU Membership Director) cat, MK.

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    Photo: Cary Boyce

    Cary Boyce's (WFIU Operations Manager) cat, Spanky.

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    Photo: Molly Plunket

    Molly Plunket's (Online Producer for A Moment of Science) black lab, Cosmo.

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    Photo: David Brent Johnson

    David Brent Johnson's (WFIU Producer of Night Lights and Afterglow/Systems Coordinator) cat, Mabel (aka Bun-Bun).

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    Photo: David Brent Johnson

    David Brent Johnson's (WFIU Producer of Night Lights and Afterglow/Systems Coordinator) cat, Amelie.

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    Photo: David Brent Johnson

    David Brent Johnson's (WFIU Producer of Night Lights and Afterglow/Systems Coordinator) cats, Jane and Lily.

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    Photo: Eoban Binder

    And last, but certainly not least, Stalin, the WFIU Integrated Media Fish! He lives with all of us at Radio-TV.

In celebration of Pet Wednesday, we wanted to share pictures of our pets with you! Enjoy!

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Jessie Wallner

Jessie is a New Hampshire native and is currently finishing graduate degrees in Ethnomusicology and Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University. Jessie lived in Nepal and India for two years studying Tibetan music in exile. She enjoys sailing and ethnographic filmmaking.

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  • Hartford

    Great pet pix! Thanks WFIU!

  • Mom

    Love this posting of WFIU Pets!!!

  • Vonilei

    I've got a Redbone/Dane mix myself…best dog EVER. Mine has a more Dane appearance in the face, but otherwise could be Arrow's twin. Love this pic…thank you for sharing.

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