10/10/2009 - 8/5/2020We adopted Cassidy and her sister and litter mate Cocoa when they were 2 years old. They brought so much happiness and love into our home. They were the perfect pair Cassidy was the ying to cocoas yang.
Cassidy was always so calm and sweet, she loved getting all the snuggles, she was a foodie and often times would make her way into the pantry when we were away and eat an entire loaf of bread. She loved rolling in the grass, biting the water as it came out of the sprinklers and boxing with her sister.
Cassidy was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, and on the evening of Aug 4 she took a turn for the worst. It was in that moment that we knew it was time to help her leave this earth peacefully with her human family and her sister by her side.
Our house is way too quiet now and Our hearts are empty as we try to navigate this new way of life without her physically in it. Cocoa is lonely and sad, she misses her best friend and sister but she is getting extra loves and treats and with time we hope that she will come around.
We were so lucky to walk into these girls lives when we did and they will forever be in our hearts and memories.

Love you Cass “smash shmo”
Trinadee FullerHerriman, UtahAugust 6, 2020
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Leaves a lump in my throat.
To see the sorrow in the kids eyes as they bid Cassady farewell was sad enough but the way Cocoa nuzzled up, nose-to-nose with her sister after she had passed just broke my heart in two. To witness the intense grief a pet can display immediately at the passing of her life long friend and litter mate was one of the saddest (yet remarkable) things I have ever seen. Get better soon Fuller family...with special wishes for Cocoa. Love Mom-Mom
Paige Wolfe - August 10, 2020

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