“For the last 11 years this little beauty queen has been by my side for most of my daily activities. Weighing in at only 8 lbs. she was so easy to take along and she loved going places with me whether it was a morning in the park where she would run after her golf ball with lightening speed or a trip to the bank where everyone knew her by name or a shopping trip to TJMAX where she would so patiently wait for me to shop or even try on clothes always gazing at me with those beautiful eyes.I live in an old house with a wrap around porch. Foxy loved the porch where we spent endless hours watching the birds and squirrels play on a summer day or wrapped in a blanket we would watch the snow fall or sit through a thunderstorm together.She understood everything I said to her. She called me “woof” and would always answer my question “Foxy, What is my name?” with one sharp little “woof”followed by her beautiful smile. I delighted in her twirls, spins and arabesques! She loved children and always welcomed them to pet her as we meet them on our daily walks. She moved with that Pomie strut that was heartwarming!
Everyone who knew her loved her. Often strangers would take pictures of her. We nicknamed her Marilyn Monroe because she loved getting her picture taken and because she was so beautiful. She melted my heart over and over again! Over these last 5 months as I have cared for her with cancer I saw her weaken but we still spent everyday doing things together. Although she no longer wanted to walk I would simply carry her. Last Thursday she passed away in my arms wrapped up in her pink fluffy blanket. She left me with a beautiful expression of love flowing from her eyes that I will always treasure in my heart.”
“I got Foxy when she was 8 weeks old and it was love at first sight. She filled my heart with love and joy. She was the greatest love i have ever known. I don’t have human children…just her my little furry angel. I will miss her so deeply and love her so much for the rest of my life.” ~ Holly, Theresa’s daughter