Farewell to a Dear Friend, Kacey
By Rowan Wolf
This is a tribute to my dear friend, Kacey, a member of my pack for 12 years. She was an amazing friend, and I called her my “Nurse Dog” because whenever someone was sick or sad, she was right there and watched over them (and me) until they were back on their feet. She was a rescue from a bad situation and it took a while for her to acclimate to living in a safe environment. She was special, but then every creature is in their own way. She was also visually striking. She was a Border Collie – German Shepherd mix and had the softest hair of any creature it has been my honor to touch.
Rowan Wolf, PhD
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