2/5/2012 - 3/19/2020Our sweet sweet Dixie was diagnosed with Lymphoma and declined less than two months. We are missing her sweet demeanor and loving attention.Ana MoseleySeattle, WashingtonMarch 20, 2020
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RIP Dixie! You had so much love to give and your legacy lives on! Love, J.J.J. Caguin - March 22, 2020
We love you Dixie. You were so sweet and mindful. You always kept pace with your humans. I could see how engaged and generous you were through your eye contact. Your patience and kindness for your older, little, sister were fun to watch. You always sat patiently by her as she'd eat your food. I will remember those times that you snuck on the bed to sleep at our feet. I'll remember your face in my face in the early morning hours to let you out in the backyard. You brought so much joy to the family. We'll see you over the rainbow!Bebet Caguin - March 21, 2020
Seattle is our home away from home. Besides our visit with family, we also look forward to seeing our four legged nieces and nephew. Dixie was always happy to see us and we are certainly going to miss her calm and sweet personality. She may have looked back as she crossed the bridge, but I'm sure she had a lot of family and friends that was there to greet her. We'll miss you, Dixie.Ronnie and Karen [email protected] - March 21, 2020
So sorry to hear about Dixie! She had a good life with the Moseley group ! Pets truly become such a part of the family and it just sucks when they are gone! Hang in there!😘Michael Christine Corbin Caguin - March 21, 2020
Thank you Dixie Doodle for being my best friend πŸ’œ The goodest girl out thereMaxine Moseley - March 21, 2020

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