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Loretta Sanchez’s Christmas card pays tribute to her dead cat

Jonathan Strong Jonathan Strong, 27, is a reporter for the Daily Caller covering Congress. Previously, he was a reporter for Inside EPA where he wrote about environmental regulation in great detail, and before that a staffer for Rep. Dan Lungren (R-CA). Strong graduated from Wheaton College (IL) with a degree in political science in 2006. He is a huge fan of and season ticket holder to the Washington Capitals hockey team. Strong and his wife reside in Arlington.
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Every year, Capitol Hill aides eagerly await Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez’s Christmas card, as it’s usually zany enough for a chuckle or two.

This year, Sanchez’s card pays a special tribute to Gretzky, her deceased cat.

“Holiday memories last forever,” the card says, “A TRIBUTE TO GRETZKY. 1991-2010.”

Sanchez’s cat died in November at age 19.

Gretzky was always a key part of the Sanchez’s Christmas cards past, and this year’s card offers recipients a chance to reminisce.

One past card pictured, for instance, features Sanchez and Gretzky sleeping together in Christmas-themed pajamas. “With Loretta in pink flannel and Gretzky in his cap, they’d just settled down for a long winter’s nap,” that card says.

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