Kandu's Fanny I'd Rather Be Blue.
We only had her for 3 1/2 years, but we all grew so attached to her.
She brought happiness into our lives from the first time we saw her picture to the moment we got her. She was such a bundle of joy, she was always happy and hyper. She always wanted to play, even though we had already played with her. When we were upset, she would always push her head into our shoulders and 'make us feel better'. She would talk to us, and whenever she was excited, she would curl the side of her lip up, earning the nickname 'knot face'. She was one of the best dogs I have ever had, and I am devistated to have her not be here anymore, it's going to be really hard adjusting to life without her now. Zoe is going to be so confused that her friend isn't going to be around anymore to play with, walk with, cuddle with and go traveling with. Those two were related, Aunty and Niece, they were truly the best of friends. It crushes my heart to see something so precious broken. I'm so mad she is gone, to have a healthy, care free dog one day. To having a sick dog, who can't eat, go to the bathroom or move for very long. I really wish she wasn't taken away from us, but I am glad we got to experience such a unique dog like her. I'll never forget my Fanny.