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Sunderland pets go crazy for Wembley

Tiny Tim and little Lou daring to dream at Houghton shop Pet Partners in Newbottle Road.

Tiny Tim and little Lou daring to dream at Houghton shop Pet Partners in Newbottle Road.

GINGER cat Flynn, pictured below, is really a Black Cat – and cannot wait for Wembley.

Owner Kath Morris, of Fulwell, sent this snap of Flynn catching up with the latest SAFC news with his copy of the Echo.

He’ll be cheering on The Lads on Sunday and is hoping the day will be the cats’ whiskers.

•Pet Partners in Houghton have shown their support for Sunderland with owners Graeme and Norma Potts dressing their resident tortoises Tiny Tim and Little Lou, pictured above, in the Black Cats’ colours.

Norma, 48, from Newbottle, said: “We decided to show our support by putting red and white stripes on the back of the tortoises for the picture.

“They were the ideal choice because of their lack of speed, they weren’t affected by doing it either.”

Graeme will be at the Wembley cheering The Lads on.

•LOTTIE is going barking mad with final fever.

Decked in her red and white scarf, Lottie, pictured left, was lucky enough to get her paws on tickets for Sunday’s Wembley clash.

Owners Barbara and George Robinson, from, Peterlee, sent in the photo as they count down the days to the big match.

 

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