In Memory of Moxie
My sister Clare adopted Moxie from Quincy Animal Shelter in (or around) 2002 I believe. She went in for a cat and...well...Moxie had her at "Hello." :-) They shared a wonderful life together until my sister Clare died from Cancer at age 52 on January 20, 2012.
I moved into my sister's home (as I did not want to upset Moxie's life any further) and WE have been taking care of EACH OTHER every day since my sister's death. Moxie was the greatest blessing of my life. Although in the end she was walking with stiff geriatric joints (assisted by lots of medication), she still at age 14 managed to play quietly at night on her bed with her "baby bear," do "hall flips" when we go to go outside, and the old girl could flirt with every man in the condominium complex! I love her with ALL OF MY HEART, and my only solace with her passing is knowing she is only leaving me to go and be with Clare again...and that I will be with them both again some day.
Thank you, Suzy Neuner
In Memory of Max
We adopted Max in the summer of 2002 from QAS when he was 6 months old and he was with us until right before his 12th birthday. When we brought him home from QAS Max quickly became integrated within our family and our hearts. He was a curious and playful puppy who was always looking for someone to run around with. He loved going on walks, playing with his stuffed babies, and getting a good belly rub. He was always there to greet us at the door with one of his stuffed babies or bones when we would come home, even if we had just left for 5 minutes. He had a serious obsession with cantaloupe, peanut butter, cheese, and popcorn, and would do whatever trick he could to just get a bite. Even as he grew older his playful and goofy attitude always shone through while playing with his friends or hanging out at home. He was the best dog for our family and we are so happy that we were able to provide him a good home to live out his life.
Rest in peace our sweetest Maxxie, we will love you and miss you always.
The Flores/Panzner Family
In Memory of Bentley the Corgi
We got him from QAS about 8 years ago. He certainly was a wonderful dog and we miss him very much.
Best Regards, Bill and Sonja Whitney