Greyhound Adoption in Puget Sound, Washington and British Columbia
Dearly missed by Vic and Connie Renz
Fast Freddy was born March 1, 1994. He was fostered by Ed/Edie Gutierrez after being returned from his first home. They quickly convinced Vic & Connie Renz that Freddy should join Breeze at their home.
Freddy was nearly perfect. He didn’t mind being alone, he never ate/bothered anything in the house, he minded, and he only recently had a couple accidents in the house. Freddy loved to lie on his patio pillow -rain or shine, day or night. He also loved to stand at the front window and watch the squirrels and bunnies go by-wishing he could run after them.
Freddy put up with five grandkids with no problem. He saw fosters and visitors come and go and got along with all of them. He was a greyt ambassadog at schools where Connie worked.
Freddy loved to go for walks until he began to limp about a month ago. Eventually, he couldn’t walk on his left front leg at all. X-rays showed the bone between his knee and shoulder blade had been nearly destroyed by a massive tumor. It became apparent on 9/4/04, when Freddy would not eat a treat, his favorite part of the day, that it was time to say good-bye and send him to the Rainbow Bridge. Freddy had a great life for 10 1/2 years.
Freddy will be dearly missed by Vic, Connie, the grandkids, the neighborhood, and his “brother”, Scar.