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Memories of Liberty
Liberty came to me at age 8 from the Col. Potter Cairn Terrier Rescue Group. She was so frightened and afraid of everyone and everything. After a few weeks she attached herself to me and everywhere I went Liberty was at my heels. I grew to love her very much and when she got cancer, we did everything we could to save her. But Cancer took her life on October 11, 2011 and left us with a hugh hole in our hearts. She would sit at the front door everyday about 4PM waiting with her best friend Digger for me to come home. When I would pull into the driveway she would run to the garage door to great me, and then she would run to her own toy box, get a toy and bring it to me. Every night about 10pm she would go outside to potty and then follow me to the bedroom where we slept together on the big bed. She would never sleep at the head of the bed, so I had to sleep at the foot with her. She would wait for me to cover her with her blanket before she went to sleep. We had her for a little over 5 years and she has left such a vacancy in our home. We still look in her favorite places to see if she is there. Digger, her Norwich pal, still looks for her after almost 2 years. Liberty we love you so much. Mommy and Digger

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