I didn't rescue Sue, she rescued me. I love her with all my heart and deeply, deeply miss her. She slept in my big bed instead of a cold cement floor at the shelter. She loved to eat and loved her food, peas, melon, apples, and especially her doggie ice cream. She always looked at me with loving eyes and when she got into bed with me she immediately rolled on her back with her paws in the air for a belly rub. She loved her little toys and her blanket, including her dog bed in the living room. Every day she would sit at the front window so she could see the people as they went by with their dogs so she could bark at them. She had a tough life during her shelter days, being transported from one to the other and from foster home, to foster home. I am so glad I took her when no one else wanted her and she was never, ever a problem. She was a little lady and definitely an angel. |
To Sue, I hope Cheyenne and Katy found you so you and play together. You're healed and healthy again, so have fun and wait for me.