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  Caesar Augusten


Our little pom-a-poo dog, Caesar “Ceez”, became a part of our family when he was only 8 weeks old. He was a faithful and constant companion to his human “mommy and daddy” for 16 years. He loved to sit up, do the “cookie dance”, or play with his rubber ball “squeaky” for a special treat. He followed his human “mommy” everywhere, even room to room in our home. His love and devotion to those around him was unconditional and our love for Ceez was the same. He was our “baby”.

   
Caesar
 
This last year, because of a mild stroke, Ceez lost his hearing and his left front and rear legs were weakened. And, besides arthritis which bothered him quite a bit, his eyesight was poor because of cataracts. It has only been about a month since we had to finally say our “goodbyes” because of complications from bladder cancer, but he will remain forever in our hearts. No other can, nor will, take your place Ceez. Now you are free of pain and suffering and at peace. Your blanket remains on the bed and your little sheet is on the floor, just as they always have been, for you. I know you didn’t want to leave us, and we surely didn’t want you to go, but we will meet again if it is God’s will.

We all love and miss you so much Ceez!

Mommy, Daddy, Joe, Lori & JJ
 
 
 
Posted Nov. 18,  2005  |     Printer Friendly Version

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