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Meet Phineas, the social media celebrity cat with 'wobbly syndrome'


IN THE PRESS – Friday, August 4: Donald Trump pleads not guilty to four felony charges over his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. Also: there's continued focus on the effects of climate change with South America experiencing an unseasonably warm winter. A Somali runner's "record slow" 100m race sparks a backlash over corruption and nepotism in the government. Finally, a special needs celebrity cat is helping raise awareness about his unusual condition.

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