Ms. Daisy

Collie/Breed Unknown
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Home:Greenbelt, MD  
Sex: Female

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Daisy Boo Boo, Oopsy Daisy

Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

January 1st 1995

Arrival Story:
Daisy came from the DC shelter on Valentine's 1996. She was frightened of the noise there and hiding under a bench, with only her nose and the dotty eye browse showing. We drove through a snow blizzard to pick her up, so she wouldn't have to wait another day in such a scary place.

Daisy never developed any bravery to speak of, but her true nature began coming out as soon as she made herself comfortable in her new home. It turned out she had no manners at all and was an incorrigeable thief. In the first week she got up on the dinner table(all four legs) and stole a good helping of sour craut, which made her quite sick. The escapades didn't end there. Ms. Daisy was such an efficient thief she had a Purple Heart for thievery. We had even booby-trapped a piece of chicken once, but the operation had a limited success only. Daisy was at it again in a day or so. She was so good she could steal food cooking on the back burner. She could steal pizza from a closed box and leave it closed! She would crawl really low to the floor, with her loot sticking out of the side of her mouth, and she thought she was invisible that way. It was especially funny when she had sausages sticking out of her mouth like cigars. We had Daisy 10 years and enjoyed every minute of it, despite all the trouble and all the padlocks on the trash can, which she would invariably raid if not off limits. In August of 2006, Daisy was struck with the cancer of the liver, and we lost her the following winter. She was a trooper going through chemotherapy, and we were so grateful for the seven months we had her since her surgery. We would do anything to have her longer, but it wasn't meant to be. We adopted Ms. Josie just a few days after Daisy's death. The two look a lot alike, but no padlocks are needed with Ms. Josie. She is not a thief. We miss Ms. Daisy with her antics and her thieving, trash-raiding ways. Rest in piece. We are so grateful for the years we had you.

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February 12th 2009 More than 7 years!

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