Chandra Wells gets a kiss from her client Simba as she grooms him Thursday in her The Wizard of Paws shop on North Tarboro Street in Southeast Raleigh. The Southeast Raleigh Assembly, a nonprofit organization, is supposed to help economic development in the area.
Chandra Wells gets a kiss from her client Simba as she grooms him Thursday in her The Wizard of Paws shop on North Tarboro Street in Southeast Raleigh. The Southeast Raleigh Assembly, a nonprofit organization, is supposed to help economic development in the area. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Chandra Wells gets a kiss from her client Simba as she grooms him Thursday in her The Wizard of Paws shop on North Tarboro Street in Southeast Raleigh. The Southeast Raleigh Assembly, a nonprofit organization, is supposed to help economic development in the area. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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