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Linda Fiorella is a freelance writer who reports on many subjects but prefers to write about animals and the people who love them.
For more than 13 years, she has worked as a research editor for numerous magazines, including Glamour, Ladies' Home Journal, HGTV Magazine and Food Network Magazine, and she applies that attention to detail to every story she writes.
Linda travels with her non-pedigree Snowshoe cat, Coconut, between two homes in New York City and Cape Cod, Mass.
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