James Fenwick Obituary, Death – “It breaks my heart to have to make this post,” the author wrote. Since the passing of my late brother, the surviving spouse has been taking care of his children. She is currently in a position where she is unable to do so due to circumstances beyond her control. My brother’s children, Daytona and Luna, are shown here. He sacrificed his very life for the sake of his dog.
They need to stay together since they have a strong link, yet I’m not allowed to have more than four dogs in my apartment complex because it’s against the law. I would appreciate it if you could point me in the direction of a loving individual or family if you know of any who could be a suitable fit. Daytona is the younger and whiter of the two girls; she is a border collie/heeler mix and is 6 years old. She is very friendly and gets along well with other dogs. She has a nasty habit of biting very young children.
Luna is the girl with the black coat; she is also 6 years old and a border collie or heeler mix. She gets along swimmingly with other dogs, but she’s petrified of cats for some reason. She is a little girl who suffers from anxiety and requires a lot of TLC. When I was a little child, my father took me in as his own child. He made my life into an amazing experience. We went camping a lot, which provided lots of opportunities for cerebral stimulation and development (he treated me like his baby).
I have an excellent recall since I was trained effectively and have a lot of experience. When we were camping two years ago, my sister fell down a cliff, and my father tried to save her but was fatally injured in the process. My stepmother has been taking care of me for a while, but she has recently found herself in a situation in which she can no longer do so. As a result, my sister and I are looking for a new place to live with. Because I tend to become worried, I really need to talk to my older sister.