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May 26, 2022
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For nearly 15 years, Chloe was a part of a large, pet loving family. This feisty girl was adopted at around 2 years old, and came into our family to get a lifetime of her favorite things – belly/ear scratches (she would continuously nudge you to make you keep petting her), and of course, treats. In her younger years, she was highly food motivated, and was quick to learn tricks, including roll over. As she got older, she was given treats all the time, just because. She quickly learned which of her humans would give her food every time they stepped foot in the kitchen. She also loved going outside to sunbathe on warm, sunny days.
Chloe had several fur siblings over the years. She joins two of them, Buddy and Rex, over the rainbow bridge. She had a very close bond with Rex. Even though he was her “little brother”, she followed his lead on everything, especially after she began losing her sight and hearing. Wherever you found Rex, Chloe was right by his side.
It goes without saying that she lived a long and happy life. She will always be loved and remembered by all of us.