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Critter Caravan Rolls Into Deep River Library

Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on June 26. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them.

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Selene and Georgie Woitovich and Parker Brennan feel the fur of an English Angora rabbit named Mittens. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn talks about places where animals that she brought come from. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn has everyone meet a tortoise named Big Bubba. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kids and adults react to how fast Big Bubba can go. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Gianna Perry pets Big Bubba while sitting in her dad, Chris' lap. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kids pet Big Bubba. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kids pet Big Bubba. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn and Kiki, a guinea pig, sing Old MacDonald with the kids. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. The crowd watches as Big Bubba makes his way around the circle. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kids react to Kathryn and Kiki the guinea pig. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kids react to Kathryn and Kiki the guinea pig. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Dacoda Farrand and Jake Pietruszka pet Kiki while Miles Lewis watches. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Walker Brendan pets Kiki the guinea pig while Logan Kruzel-Boxwell watches and Quinlan Morin reaches down to pet her. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn snuggles with a chinchilla named Whiskers while Ellie, Rosalie, and Julia Hahn react. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Whiskers the chinchilla gets ready to jump off of Oswald Schmelzer's head into Kathryn's hands. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Whiskers the chinchilla jumps off of Oswald Schmelzer's head into Kathryn's hands. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Whiskers the chinchilla gets ready to jump off of Marek Beta's head. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Since it's Alex Kruzel-Boxwell's birthday, everyone gets to see Whiskers the chinchilla do a mega birthday jump off of Alex's head. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Heidi and Mike Morin watch as daughter Quinlan feels Whiskers the chinchilla's soft fur. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Whiskers the chinchilla gets ready to jump off of Parker Brennan 's head. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Whiskers the chinchilla jumps off of Parker Brennan 's head into Kathryn's hands.Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Ethan Comerford and Chase Perry listen to Kathryn talk about Sunny the lizard. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn brings Sunny the lizard around for kids to feel. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Miles Lewis listens to Kathryn talk about Sunny the lizard while Nora Lewis reaches over to touch Sunny. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Nora Lewis reacts after touching Sunny the lizard's skin. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn introduces everyone to an English Angora rabbit named Mittens. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Kathryn introduces everyone to an English Angora rabbit named Mittens. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Miles Lewis and others feel Mittens' soft fur. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. A ball python named Little Kisses is placed on Oswald Schmelzer's shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. A ball python named Little Kisses is placed on Addison Pillion's shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. A ball python named Little Kisses is placed on Nora Lewis' shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. A ball python named Little Kisses is placed on Canyon Erkkila's shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. A ball python named Little Kisses is placed on Madelyn DeLorso's shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Jillian DeLorso hands a ball python named Little Kisses back to Kathryn. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. A ball python named Little Kisses is placed on Logan Kruzel-Boxwell's shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Walker Brendan and his mom take a selfie with ball python Little Kisses. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Ellie, Rosalie, and Julia Hahn get turns having Little Kisses the ball python on their shoulders. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Kathryn of Critter Caravan brought animals originating from all over the world to the Deep River Public Library on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. She talked about the animals while giving kids the chance to interact with them. Ellie, Rosalie, and Julia Hahn hold a ball python named Little Kisses. Photo by Meglin Bodner/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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