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Update: 2/1/11:  We do have some sad news to report.  Paige crossed over the rainbow bridge last night.  She was laid to rest today with our other CFPR babies and will remain with her foster brothers and sisters forever.  Lexi is doing well and has bonded with another foster in her home.  We will be posting more about paige and a tribute her her in the days to come.  Paige, we love you and will miss you.

Update: Hi, Lexi here.  I have been diagnosed with an enlarged heart and will need to be on medication for the rest of my life.  My foster mom has offered to keep both me and my mother Paige for the rest of our days.  I am so happy that I have my foster mom to take care of me and love us forever.

Hello there, my name is Paige and I would like to thank you ever so much for stopping by to learn about me and my darling daughter, Lexi. We hope that you will agree that we are a wonderful pair and will invite us to be a part of your family.

I am 10 years old, spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on all my shots. Although I am completely deaf, I consider myself a “smart cookie” because I respond to hand signals and am pret-ty darn good at it, if I do say so myself.

Now Lexi, my sweet little girl, she’s 7 years old, spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on all her shots as well. She hears perfectly fine but still responds to hand signals. Like mother, like daughter, wouldn’t you say?

We are enjoying our own private suite in our present foster home but would just looooooooove to cuddle in your bed with you. Because Lexi has been with me all her life, it is very important that we stay together. I must admit, as well, that I rely on my little girl and would feel so lost without her by my side. You see, where you see one of us, the other one will not be far behind. We stick together like glue!

Our foster mom says she feels like she has two bunnies in the house because our favorite treat is carrots. Of course, our ears are short and our tails are curly, so I don’t know why she would feel that way.

We are two curious, sweet and loving girls who are ready to steal your heart.

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3 Responses to “Lexi”

  1. maggie says:

    Paige, we will miss your pretty smile. Say hi to Tank and Dylan for us. Enjoy playing up there now dear sweet girl. Donna and Bob hugs to you both. Maggie

  2. pegi larson says:

    I noticed that nothing was ever posted about sweet Paige’s memorial, etc. Perhaps it was just too painful for her “humans.”
    I know that this darling “mama dog” has recently welcomed my precious chihuahua baby, Itty Bitty, to the rainbow bridge. Please watch out for my little girl, Paige… I’ll keep both of you in my prayers and thoughts.

    God bless all of these wonderful “fur-beings”… they deserve so much more than what they get. They love us unconditionally and never ask for anything in return….. we humans should take lessons from the animals!

    • puglover327 says:

      I am so sorry for your loss and you an be sure that Paige and many like her were there waiting for your baby! Paige was a sweet girl and was loved dearly by her foster mom!

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