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Wildlife seen at Victoria's Abkhazi Gardens

Karen Boot was taking a photo of rhododendron blooms at the Abkhazi Garden open house Saturday when a precocious kitten decided it wanted to be in the picture. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Karen Boot was taking a photo of rhododendron blooms at the Abkhazi Garden open house Saturday when a precocious kitten decided it wanted to be in the picture.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

A neighbourhood cat entertained visitors to Abkhazi Gardens during its recent open house by popping out of the garden and watching the ducks and turtles in the pond.

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