The oddest couple ever: Arusha and Anna

Irvine, G.; Kelley, K.
August 1991
Good Housekeeping;Aug91, Vol. 213 Issue 2, p130
Describes the odd companionship that has been going on for 10 years between a 132-lb African cheetah and a 60-lb golden retriever. Why the two were put together; Their appearance on television.


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