No. 30: Lucky the cat from "Alf"
No. 29: Paul Anka the dog from "Gilmore Girls"
No. 28: Barkley the dog from "Sesame Street"
No. 27: Gary the snail from "SpongeBob Squarepants"
No. 26: Happy the dog from "7th Heaven"
No. 25: Bear the chimp from "B.J. and the Bear"
No. 24: Vincent the dog from "Lost"
No. 23: Comet the dog from "Full House"
No. 22: Buck the dog from "Married with Children"
No. 21: Astro the dog from "The Jetsons"
No. 20: Ben the bear from "Gentle Ben"
No. 19: Murray the dog from "Mad About You"
No. 18: Spot the dragon from "The Munsters"
No. 17: Salem the cat from "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"
No. 16: Fred the cockatoo from "Baretta"
No. 15: Flash the dog from "The Dukes of Hazzard"
No. 14: Rin Tin Tin the dog from "The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin"
No. 13: Garfield the cat from "Garfield" TV specials
No. 12: Brian the dog from "Family Guy"
No. 11: Elvis the alligator from "Miami Vice"
No. 10: Mr. Ed the horse from "Mr. Ed"
No. 9: Marcel the monkey from "Friends"
No. 8: Santa's Little Helper the dog and Snowball the cat from "The Simpsons"
No. 7: Scooby-Doo the dog from "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?"
No. 6: Arnold the pig from "Green Acres"
No. 5: Dino the dinosaur from "The Flintstones"
No. 4: Eddie the dog from "Frasier"
No. 3: Flipper the dolphin from "Flipper"
No. 2: Snoopy from "The Peanuts" TV specials
No. 1: Lassie the dog from "Lassie"
Two Santa Ynez Valley men have been arrested for allegedly stealing fish from the Santa Barbara Harbor area as part of a reselling scheme in Hollywood.
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A former congressional aide accused of killing a woman while driving drunk reached a plea agreement.
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