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Memories of Kiwi
Our beloved Kiwi crossed through the Vale on June 2, 2013 at 9:33 a.m. she passed in her favorite bed on her lanai with her two favorite peeps, Mom and Dad, by her side. While peace has come to our little girl, the pain and emptiness continues in our hearts. We love you so very much Kiwi. We will continue your story once the pain subsides.

It has been 39 days since we have held our precious fur baby her daddy wrote about her above this is my story. Kiwi came to 8 yrs ago she was going on 3 yrs. of age, I wanted a Jack Russell and had a girlfriend who's Uncle had Kiwi on a farm in Indian, he could no longer keep he due to the other pets he had she was so small and the other dogs were a large breed she did not fit in. So I rescued her . It was along journey for her and I, she was in a strange place and had been abused along the way, so she had a hard time trusting people several times I thought I had made a mistake for her and I but I never gave up and then it was like one day (1 yr.) she trusted me not to say she was not given love there were so many things she was afraid of the broom , the sweeper I had to learn all of her traits but finally she look at me different and we became pals, she was my love with four legs she helped me through some dark times a break up and just sad times she was always there for me wagging that little white tail I provided her with a big back yard she loved her yard she would patrol the perimeter until she clocked in the morning the night, she also love full moons it was hard to get her inside sometimes she was such a hunter. She was nine pounds of muscle that girl was. she loved her toys, she loved chasing a water bottle filled with water or ice in the summer, she loves sticks and she loved me, we used to have salmon Fridays I would make salmon and she got a small piece that was the only human food she got she loved her salmon then I met a wonderful man who would become her daddy, his name is Michael she like me he had to earn her trust but when she let him in it was true love I used to say that Michael was her boyfriend because she was so in love with him and vice versa they were head in heels in love with each other I was so happy she had a male figure to look up to as well, we both miss our little entertainer and clown, she gave us such joy from her looks to her her grandma barks as I called them, she only barked when needed she did not like fireworks or thunder of course so she would sleep in the bedroom during storms she had 4 different laying places and about 6 different beds she love them all if was not by me she was by her daddy we miss her so much I could go on but that's enough for right now she was loved by all that met her KIWI our precious angel fur baby till we meet again at the Rainbow Bridge xoxxooxoxoxooxoxoxxxxxxxoxoxooxoxoxooxoxoxooxoxoxooxoxoxxooxoxoxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxxooxooxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxooxoxoxooxooxoxooxoxoox

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