April 25, 2005 - January 23, 2020
My little angel, Libby, lived a long and spoiled life and has now decided it was her time to go to the Rainbow Bridge.
Libby was the best dog in the world. She was my best friend for the last 15 years. Her favorite thing to do was to follow me wherever I went. She always had her eyes on me. She was my shadow. She will be missed so much that I can't even put it into words.
Libby loved food! No one could enter the kitchen without her little twinkle toes following close behind. I would look down and she would be spinning in circles and dancing until she got her treat. But, even though she loved her treats, nothing was better than Great-Grandma's meat & rice.
When Libby was younger, she loved her purse. She would sit in her purse and pop out of it if anyone dare walk by it. She was also an excellent singer.
As she aged, she was just looking for a lap to sit in, or a blanket to cover up with. She would sit outside her brothy's door and wait for that door to open so she could run in there and clean his room. When her daddy got home from work, she would howl and dance from excitement.
Libby was extremely loving, brave, fearless, silly, and feisty until the end. She had a huge personality and she never once realized that she was only 5 lbs. She didn't even know she was a dog. She was a princess in everyone's eyes.
Libby filled my life with so much happiness and laughter. Libby was my baby. Nothing will ever replace her. She will forever hold a special place in the heart of everyone who knew her.
I will never forget you, Libby. You will forever be my little angel. I will think about you every day until we meet again. I love you so much, Libboo.
Mama, Daddy, Jace (Brothy), Great-Grandma, Nana Tina, Papa Bobby, Sunny, Kiona, Cody, and the rest of the family.
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