Fuzzy Power: My fuzzy bundle of joy

by Alyssum Power
(Ft. Worth, Texas)

The Fuzz Bucket

The Fuzz Bucket

I got my dog Fuzzy from the humane society in 2000. Even though she was already 2, clearly not a puppy, and seemed like she would need a lot of TLC, I knew she was the one for me.

The first night we got her home, she dug a whole in our backyard to sleep in. It broke my heart to know she had not been shown love.

Through the years we grew on each other. She let me hug her when I was sad, sat there and listened to me complain when I had a tough day. She was just always there to greet me and show me love no matter what.

She listened and shook hands, chased her tail and loved walks on the beach. She was an active dog who danced to her own beat of the drum. She was a part of our family and will be missed much!

She passed yesterday 9-23-08 at home. She was in the backyard playing with our other dogs. We were all out there when all of sudden she suffered a heart attack from the vigorous playing.

It broke my heart. I've never felt so much pain. But what can I do? I can't keep "What if? What if?"? So I leave it as this.

My fuzzy friend will always have a warm fuzzy place in my heart. She needed me as much as I needed her. Though I do feel it was before her time, I can't let that ruin the many memories we have together!

RIP Fuzzy Power

We love you and will never forget you! You were my baby and best friend! Love You Always and Fovever!!!

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