Ms. Jimini Cricket - In Memory


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Home:Harrah, OK  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
"Cricket", Roo, Daddy's Little Girl, Angel

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Quick Bio:
-purebred-disabled

Birthday:
August 18th 2003

Likes:
Snuggling with her dad, and my recliner!!

Pet-Peeves:
Children, Having my picture taken "I Hate That"!

Favorite Toy:
My Stuffed Mouse

Favorite Food:
She loved her peanut butter sandwiches

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere

Best Tricks:
Jumping as high as her dad's chest!

Arrival Story:
I was born to Mickey Mezapita in August 2003. I was the runt of the litter and I was Black with Merle markings not a normal color for a Great Dane but I was special! My dad always told me I was a Special Girl!!! I was only four months old when I let my Mom and Dad know that I was hurting. They took me immediately to see the Doctor who after lots of test and x-rays found that I had HOD. I went and seen a specialist who said that I could have surgery, but would be fine without it, just small for being a Great Dane. I did not have surgery and my pain went away. I enjoyed everything that normal kids enjoy without any limitations. I was pampered by my Mom and Dad because as I said before I was "Special". I took over my Dad's recliner, I just loved lying in it. No one would sit in my chair, if they did I told them to get out and they did, even if I didn't want to sit in it at the time. I made it to my first birthday and had cupcakes with my brother, we shared a birthday!! I loved my big brother, he took up for me and was very protective of me. I never left his side, unless Daddy took me for a ride in the truck, just the two of us, which I loved to do. I would hold my head over the back of his seat and give him kisses while he was driving! I loved my Daddy!! I loved my Mommy too! Shortly after my first birthday I began having stomach problems and I went to see a specialist again. I had a mean virus in my intestines which would not let up. While I was being treated for this condition I developed A plasia Anemia. My mommy and daddy did everything they could to get me well, I went to the big hospital in Stillwater, Oklahoma. I found out that I was in college at Oklahoma State University, I was a big girl! They told my mommy and daddy that even though I had a strong will to live my body was giving the fight up. My mommy and daddy were so sad, Damn my body for giving up, I want to LIVE!!! But on October 22, 2004 my body gave up the fight and passed over the Rainbow Bridge. My mommy and daddy laid me to rest next to my other brothers and sisters who had passed before me. My daddy built me a box that was lined with the same material that my recliner was covered with and it was the same color, my daddy Loved me so much! I can hardly wait until I am reunited with my mommy and daddy at the Rainbow Bridge, but until that time I remember I am keeping an eye on you and I will visit from time to time. I know I will never be forgotten because my mommy and daddy think about me almost everyday!! I LOVE THEM and MISS THEM TERRIBLY!

Forums Motto:
I may be small But I am a GREAT DANE!!!

The Groups I'm In:
***Heaven Called Our Great Danes***, Great Danes Rule !!, handicapped pets gottta love em, Oklahoma Great Danes

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 7th 2007 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
474562


Meet my family
Mickey
Mezapita
Chevella
Devilla
General Mufasa
Kitambaa
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