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The February 1st Tampa Tribune reported that Castellano laid on the girls in an attempt to protect them, then tried to hinder the dogs so the girls could scamper to a bedroom.
Copies of such a canine collection would surely scamper off the shelves of local bookshops.
They are encircled by five dogs who seem to scamper about excitedly.
Four years later, his school's enrollment has increased to over 300 and the studios hum with activity as girls in color-coded leotards and pulled-back hair scamper to classes.
Without glue, suction, or claws, these lizards scamper up walls and hang from ceilings.