Greyhound Adoption in Puget Sound, Washington and British Columbia
Dearly missed by Pauline, daughters Tasha, Chantale and Sonia, and the rest of the family.
Daisy was born in May 1997. We brought her home with us on September 3, 2000 and she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on August 18, 2011.
When we first saw her she jumped up on my daughter’s shoulders has if to say take me to my forever home, so began our journey from Coeur D’Alene, Idaho to Calgary, Alberta Canada. I think she missed her family of greyts because she did not like being alone but realized someone would be home soon to follow around.
There are so many little things I remember about her, like the first big snow fall when she went out, ran and bounced around in the white stuff, then realized after a few minutes her paws were getting cold and had not done her business so began the ritual of putting her boots on, or when visitors came in she wanted them to pet and pet her until I felt sorry for them and told them they could stop, she would just go off and lie down on one of her many pillows. All who met and knew her, loved her and thought her registered name so didn’t suit her (WW Danger Girl), she was just the opposite.
She had been my constant companion for 11 of her 14 years, the last 5 had just been the two of us. She started to really show her age the last couple of years with little aches and pains then, she had a seizure and couldn’t get up, her prognosis wasn’t good, her eyes told me it was time to cross the bridge. She went to sleep with her head in my hands and my daughter Tasha by her side.
Daisy will forever be with us.