I WAS A SLED DOG BLOG
Ten days of snoozing on a couch, sometimes snuggled under a blanket.
Ten days of learning about life in a home... which came pretty easily to her.
Ten days of pain meds to help with arthritis, a sore back, or whatever was causing her pain.
On the tenth day she went in for her spay. Her foster family had noticed a lump on her and when they opened her up the vet found her full of cancer.
She was closed back up and was gently sent along into her final sleep.
Keni, or Keenai as her foster family named her, had ten days of choosing her own schedule for naps, walks, outside time.
Ten days to smoosh her sweet sleddie nature into the hearts of everyone she met.
I only met her the night she arrived, exhausted from the drive from up north, but she, of course, made an impression in the short time I knew her.
Thank you to her transporters, the Victoria Humane Society for taking her under their wing, and of course her foster family - both humans and doggos - for TEN DAYS of unconditional love.
Keenai's foster family kindly shared some photos, four of which have been included below as well.
Rest in peace Keni/Keenai
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