In Memory of Nikita

October 13, 1994 – May 9, 2008 I remember the day I first met Nikita. She was a tiny 7 week old puppy. She looked like a black dustball with legs. From day 1 she was a feisty little lady with plenty of attitude and I loved her for it. more »

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In Memory of Majestic

Majestic was rescued on October 3, 2005. We adopted him in December 2005 through MaPaw through Greg and Denise Deck (wonderful people). Majestic truly was a gentle, big, majestic, beautiful “teddy bear” as he was advertised through the rescue agency. He brought our family incredible joy. As we, (and his more »

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In Memory of Kiki

Kiki, a favorite MaPaw senior, earned her silver harness in June and began her journey North of the Rainbow Bridge. Becky and Steve write: “Even though it seems like such a short time, we were very fortunate to have her in our lives for 15 months. She brought us a more »

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In Memory of Keya

1994 – 2001 She came into our lives December of 1996 and gave us many years of joy and love. We lost her in March of 2001 and our entire family is saddened. Keya will be greatly missed. Melissa, Tom, Linda, George and Gizmo Tweet

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In Memory of Kelsey Ann

Kelsey Ann, you are so special. You came in so sad and you found your paws in life and a family to love and call your own. We are so proud of you and you will always be in our hearts. Until we meet again, sweet girl… Kathy Tweet

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In Memory of Jasmine

You came into Rescue and quickly became my soul mate. My epileptic, one-eye beauty; the joy and center of my life. We were inseparable, we went everywhere together. You had such a following and everyone loved you – you were Jasmine. That final day, setting you free, was the hardest more »

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In Memory of Dunkin

Our sweet Dunkin went to sleep after struggling with his hip dysplasia. His anti-inflammatory and pain medicine helped for many months, but this week he reached the point that he was no longer able to stand up or walk. As you know, we loved our guy with our hearts, everyone more »

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In Memory of Dakota

Dakota was our first Siberian Husky, our sweet painted face Husky with a striking “lightning bolt” on the top of her head. She had one brown and one blue eye. We rescued her from an abusive situation with a 7 year old boy, who hit her with a hockey stick. more »

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In Memory of Crystal

Crystal entered our lives so briefly but she has touched our hearts for eternity. She will always have a forever home with us. Crystal is sadly missed. God Bless. Foster Parents Diana & Andy FROM FRIEND TO FRIEND You’re giving me a special gift, So sorrowfully endowed, And through these more »

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