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Memories of Bonaparte
I adopted Bonaparte in 2008 from VCA Animal Hospital in Irving, TX. When I first got Bonaparte, he was a skinny, wild little dog the hospital saved from a kill shelter, and they were going to use him as a working dog to help teach vet techs to perform ultrasounds. Luckily, they also allowed the dogs to be adopted for free, by good parents. I wanted my other Chihuahua mix, Napoleon, to have a sibling, so Bonaparte quickly became part of the family. Napoleon, Bonaparte, and I lived all over the southeast US, visiting the beaches, the mountains, and everything in between.

Bonaparte was such a wonderful, funny, fearless companion. He loved adventure. He wasn't afraid of anything. We traveled, camped, climbed, and couched. He was considered "The Sheriff" at doggy daycare because he kept all the other little dogs in line. LOL... He never understood that he was small. Bonaparte was the Chihuahua mix that lived like a Great Dane every day of his awesome life!

When I finally had to put Napoleon down in 2014, it was Bonaparte that helped me get through that tough time. And now, after having to put Bonaparte down on June 3, 2022, due to bladder cancer, even after four months, I find it incredibly hard to be as happy as I was when I had both my fur babies.

I know that time will heal my heart but for now, I just want to say that I miss my Bonaparte every day, and Napoleon too, my heart still breaks for both of you.

Your Human Mommy

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