Cassidy (R.I.P 11/08)

Toy Poodle/Maltese
Picture of Cassidy (R.I.P 11/08), a female Toy Poodle/Maltese

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Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Cassie, Cass, Princess, Little One, Smalls

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-pound dog

Cassie loves her family and being the center of attention. She also loves human food, and human laps for sleeping on.

When another dog is getting attention when she wants it, and when they dare go near her food.

Favorite Toy:
Cassie favorite toy consists of whatever Toby has at the moment whether it be a sock, bone, or toys.

Favorite Food:
Her all natural dry food. She is allergic to most foods on the market.

Favorite Walk:
Dry ground, as she has decided that she will not step on wet ground. And when she has decided she has had enough of walking around the neighborhood she will sit down right where she is, until you pick her up and carry her the rest of the way.

Arrival Story:
Cassie came to us from the Sacramento SPCA. She was brought in neglected and with, what we think, was her mom dad and brother. The owners told staff that they were all 13 yrs. old, and wouldn't eat , so they wanted them all put to sleep. In reality they just never fed the dogs, all of which had all the usual problems that come with neglect. Cassie was our first foster dog. When we got her she had been shaved down because of all the mats and was suffering from kennel cough, two different types of worms, chest infections, and emaciation. Slowly we nursed her back to health, and fell in love at the same time. In the end we realized we could not give her up. She spends her days sleeping on my bed, and being a princess.

**Cassidy passed away 11/7/08 in her owners arms, while being told how much she was loved. Cass was diagnosed with advanced atypical cushing's in October, and sadly treatment was not an option. The last great kindness we could show to her was to end her pain. Cass was loved utterly and completely the five years we had her, and is missed with the same intensity. You never know how much a part of your life they are until they are gone.** "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal."-unknown

The Groups I'm In:
All Dogs of California, For the Love of Shelter Dogs, Sacramento SPCA Alumni

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 11th 2005 More than 11 years!

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