Nidia
Nidia
Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat)
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Marlena
Sweet Marlena was adopted by a wonderful man who gave her so much love and support, and even though she tried to feel good and live a long life for him, her body could not fight the cancer. Marlena will be in all our hearts at MARS for the survivor that she was, and we will always be grateful to her adopted Dad who showed her that love really does exist and that life can be good. We will miss you!


Marlena
Sweet Marlena was adopted by a wonderful man who gave her so much love and support, and even though she tried to feel good and live a long life for him, her body could not fight the cancer. Marlena will be in all our hearts at MARS for the survivor that she was, and we will always be grateful to her adopted Dad who showed her that love really does exist and that life can be good. We will miss you!


Murial
Sweet Murial who had a very rough life came to MARS and was adopted by a wonderful family who gave her the life she so deserved. We lost Murial today to health and old age. We will miss you and will always love you!


Guinea Pig
Guinea Pig left his family far too soon. Although his life was short he knew nothing but love for the time he was here. He was born into rescue and spent his first two months in the loving home of his foster family growing and playing with his siblings. He was adopted by a wonderful family and named Henry. The remainder of his time was spent knowing the miracle of a loving and devoted family. He passed in the protective and loving arms of his Mom. He will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.


Nash
Nash was less than a year and half old when he lost his battle with kidney disease. He was a great young dog - playful and happy, and very friendly with everyone. He loved kids and other dogs. Nash loved his toys, and was an affectionate and loyal companion. He especially loved car rides to go places with you. BUT.... Nash had chronic renal failure caused by renal dysplasia. Basically his kidneys failed to develop properly. It was a birth defect and there was no cure. Nash didn't know he was sick up until his last few days. His life was good. Thank you to his fosters for caring for him and giving him the best life a dog could have. Nash appreciates all you have done for him. He was loved alot by every person who was part of his very short life. Nash, you are a very special dog. I loved touching your soft coat and gazing into your beautiful eyes. Watching you play made me happy. You can jump up on me anytime - I won't even tell you to get down. I love you, Nash! Nancy

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