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Do at the Zoo annual fundraiser proves social animals come in all shapes & sizes (PHOTOS)

Last night, some of Denver's busiest social animals gathered with the furrier and more feathered kind at the annual Do at the Zoo fundraiser. Westword's Kate Levy was on the scene, capturing shots of pretty people and notables like former Colorado chief medical officer Ned Calonge, seen getting his feed on. Check out samples below, and click here for the complete slideshow. More from our Things to Do archive: "Prostitute price guide: How far does money go when you go all the way? (INFOGRAPHIC)."

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