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A meandering scratch mysteriously appeared on the new end table in Donna Seltveit's living room on Monday.

Her two children, ages 9 and 11, who often play board games such as Clue at the table, adamantly denied involvement, which placed the burden of suspicion on the family's sprightly cavalier King Charles spaniel.


But Seltveit was not too upset when she spotted the scratch. "There we go," she exclaims. "That's a nice little addition."

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