Puyallup High School Leadership students Abby Grimmestad, left, and Kaelee Huetten, right, care for the two kittens that were given to junior Juliana Cannella, center, as part of the Winter Wishes Program.
Puyallup High School Leadership students Abby Grimmestad, left, and Kaelee Huetten, right, care for the two kittens that were given to junior Juliana Cannella, center, as part of the Winter Wishes Program. Allison Needles allison.needles@puyallupherald.com
Puyallup High School Leadership students Abby Grimmestad, left, and Kaelee Huetten, right, care for the two kittens that were given to junior Juliana Cannella, center, as part of the Winter Wishes Program. Allison Needles allison.needles@puyallupherald.com

Granted wishes are more than just gifts for Puyallup High School students

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