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When we first met Teri Louise, she was bow-legged and raggedy looking, with 40 stitches in her stomach from tumor removals and eyes that didn't match. We took her in as a forever foster and, although we didn't know her very long, we grew to love her very much. She never barked, she appreciated everything, and she became more beautiful in our eyes each and every day.
In the end, as she was suffering from liver failure, she tried so hard to keep up on walks. During those last few days we fed her grape Kool-Aid from a syringe. We called her "Baby Girl," and we are grateful for the short time we had with her.
Rest in peace, Baby Girl.