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Furry roommates: dorms allowing cats and dogs

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August 22, 2014
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The University of Northern Colorado has launched a pilot program this year to allow students to bring their cats or dogs to live with them in the dorms. Officials will allow pets under 40 pounds in a designated residence hall. Video provided by AP


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