Alysia Herr, an aquatic invasive species inspector, checks out “Evil Kitty” on July 1, 2013, at the Bloedel Donovan Park entrance to Lake Whatcom. Despite the name, “Evil Kitty” wasn’t carrying anything harmful into the lake.
Alysia Herr, an aquatic invasive species inspector, checks out “Evil Kitty” on July 1, 2013, at the Bloedel Donovan Park entrance to Lake Whatcom. Despite the name, “Evil Kitty” wasn’t carrying anything harmful into the lake. Staff The Bellingham Herald
Alysia Herr, an aquatic invasive species inspector, checks out “Evil Kitty” on July 1, 2013, at the Bloedel Donovan Park entrance to Lake Whatcom. Despite the name, “Evil Kitty” wasn’t carrying anything harmful into the lake. Staff The Bellingham Herald

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