4/1/2006 - 7/9/2019Maggie,
Where do I begin to tell you how much you meant to our family? I remember when I saw your picture in the album of adoptable pets, I thought you were so cute! I had no idea of what you had been through already in your life. I'm thankful to the group that rescued you and found homes for all of your babies and we were the lucky ones who got YOU! I can remember looking out the window to see you the day you came to visit us with your foster parent the very first time. It was love at first sight! I have so many memories. How you loved to jump so high. How you loved to walk and walk, for miles! You were such a trooper. Mackenzie taught you tricks. You'd do anything for food! Chance would play with you and give you belly rubs. You liked to sleep under my bed when it was your bedtime. You were so smart and even had a good grasp of the English language and knew all kinds of words such as treat, walk, nap, Casey, Kevin's, and so many more! You rarely got into trouble. You chewed on my shoes once and when you saw I was upset you never did it again. The trash on the other hand, is another story :) Its okay, we learned to put it far away from you. You really did want to please us. And you did! You were my 3rd child. I'm so not used to you not being with me all of the time with every step I take. You may not be physically there but I will carry you with me in my heart always. Thank you for being there for me and the kids through thick and thin, good times and bad. You taught me so much about unconditional love. It was so hard to say goodbye, but your little body was wearing out and I did everything I could to be sure you didn't suffer if I could help it. You were way too sweet and did not deserve that. The day you passed, I saw the most beautiful rainbow and I thought of you and it brought me peace. Rest well Maggie. I miss you tremendously and hope you knew how much you were loved. Hope we meet again! xoxo Mom
Kim FosterSt. Louis, MissouriJuly 10, 2019
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"The trash was another story..." - so funny! I can just imagine Maggie finding new ways to get into the trash and have a blast... what a sweet and special girl <3 RIP Maggie <3Keri Morgan - August 2, 2019

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