[Loch-Ruadh] sad news
julie_self at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 22 19:42:39 PDT 2002
Now Moose can play with Pippie, my shepherd that died many years ago.
Fozzie is also up there and many other beloved pets, including Terric's
Frisco Toughie Jack, his well-loved Boston terrier.
Keep your chin up. Moose was a real character and he will be missed.
>From: Chris Harper <bice.pietro at charter.net>
>Reply-To: loch-ruadh at ansteorra.org
>To: loch-ruadh at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Loch-Ruadh] sad news
>Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 14:26:57 -0500
>This is just a note to let everyone that lives on the west side of Fort
>that you are less protected today and in the future than you have been in
>Last night we lost our personal alarm system and very good companion of
>16 years. His name was Moose; an 80 pounder that loved adults and always
>wanted to be a lap dog. He was fiercely protective of his yard and all of
>he could see from our front door.
>His greatest adversaries were the postman and the UPS man; his greatest
>(after us) were his cats and the raccoons with which he shared his food and
>bowls. In his younger days, he loved to play catch with a ball but never
>out how to operate a frisbee. He loved to sing with several different TV
>and theme songs.
>We didn't know Sunday was going to be his last but it did go close to what
>promised him. He had Dunkin Donuts for breakfast, spent the afternoon on
>big soft bed in front of the TV watching the race with Dad and for supper,
>canned carved roast beef, with gravy, CAT food. I kept a can as back up in
>I ran out of dog food. Cat food always taste better but more so if it was
>He was a great dog and will be sorely missed.
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