In Loving Memory of Yuuko-Chan and Lizzie Poo
For a pet lover like myself, it's been a rough two weeks.
Two of my favorite fluffy friends ever -- my sister's corgi Yuuko and my mom's pug Lizzie -- both went to that great dog pound in the sky. Having two losses in such quick succession has left my family reeling and heartbroken. Instead of just sitting around moping (which, I mean, I'm going to ... because it's kind of required in this situation), I also wanted to turn grief into something productive.
To this end, I've set up this memorial fund in their memory.
My hope is that I can help another potential owner find the love my sister and mom did with their pets while also helping the spirit of Yuuko and Lizzie take care of other pooches who weren't as lucky them.
Thanks for reading this and possibly supporting us in this effort.
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