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Resident Stephanie Kerwin, center, holds her baby Octavius in one arm and dog Pixie in the other as she and her family carry what they could salvage from her home in Nottingham Forest Mobile Home Park, Saturday, May 21, 2022, in Gaylord, Mich., following a tornado the day before. "This morning is when it first hit me...I could have lost people that I really love. I am so grateful," Kerwin said. (Jake May/MLive.com/The Flint Journal via AP)

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Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese holds his dog, Toto, after voting in Sydney, Australia, Saturday, May 21, 2022. Australians go to the polls following a six-week election campaign that has focused on pandemic-fueled inflation, climate change and fears of a Chinese military outpost being established less than 1,200 miles off Australia's shore. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

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Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese holds his dog, Toto, after he and his partner Jodie Haydon, left, voted in Sydney, Australia, Saturday, May 21, 2022. Australians go to the polls following a six-week election campaign that has focused on pandemic-fueled inflation, climate change and fears of a Chinese military outpost being established less than 1,200 miles off Australia's shore. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

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Liz Birmingham, 66, trains her dog Ciel at a class outside the Carnegie Library in Las Vegas, N.M., on Saturday, May 7, 2022. She said living in the city unnerving, as smoke and fire fluctuate with the winds, and some neighborhoods have been under evacuation advisories. The blue sky on the left is typical of New Mexico, while the haze on the right is from smoke from wildfires that have raged for over two weeks. (AP Photo/Cedar Attanasio)

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Brianna Valencia-Encinias and her son Lucas Encinias, 8, walk their 4-H goats in a field in Las Vegas, N.M., as the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire burns southwest of town, Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Their family had been evacuated from Rociada and are now staying at her grandparent's farm along with their chickens, goats, horses, dogs and other animals. (Eddie Moore/The Albuquerque Journal via AP)

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Ro Mantooth plays with his dog, Champ, at a dog park with the nonprofit People Assisting the Homeless, in the Venice section of Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 5, 2022. It was the first facility of its kind in Los Angeles County to allow homeless shelter residents to bring animal companions. "He's really my best friend. I don't know what I'd do without him," Mantooth, 29, said of Champ. "I'm lucky to have him. Not a lot of places are going to take animals, you know." (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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Rachel Niebur sits with her dog, Petey, at a small dog park in a former city bus depot now within the nonprofit People Assisting the Homeless, in the Venice section of Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 5, 2022. It was the first facility of its kind in Los Angeles County to allow homeless shelter residents to bring animal companions. Being homeless in Los Angeles and struggling with addiction is hard enough, but Niebur couldn't imagine enduring it without her dog. Niebur credits her constant companion, a black and white chihuahua mix, with helping to keep her off drugs and giving her a reason to get up in the morning. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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Rachel Niebur kisses her dog, Petey, at a small dog park with the nonprofit People Assisting the Homeless in the Venice section of Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 5, 2022. It was the first facility of its kind in Los Angeles County to allow homeless shelter residents to bring animal companions. Being homeless in Los Angeles and struggling with addiction is hard enough, but Niebur couldn't imagine enduring it without her dog. Niebur credits her constant companion, a black and white chihuahua mix, with helping to keep her off drugs and giving her a reason to get up in the morning. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)