Mrs. Peaches Merinda Jo Ann Tawn, left, grimaces Saturday as UC Davis veterinary student Diane Royalty, center, treats IngGo the cat at the Mercer Clinic. Tawn camped out overnight in order to be first in line to get treatment for her cat.
Mrs. Peaches Merinda Jo Ann Tawn, left, grimaces Saturday as UC Davis veterinary student Diane Royalty, center, treats IngGo the cat at the Mercer Clinic. Tawn camped out overnight in order to be first in line to get treatment for her cat. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
Mrs. Peaches Merinda Jo Ann Tawn, left, grimaces Saturday as UC Davis veterinary student Diane Royalty, center, treats IngGo the cat at the Mercer Clinic. Tawn camped out overnight in order to be first in line to get treatment for her cat. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

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March 14, 2015 06:48 PM

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