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Someone didn't want this puppy so they threw her out of their car in a store parking lot and took off. Thank God a person that worked at the store saw it happen and ran and got her before she ran out on a busy street. He brought her to the local shelter.My daughter called me and asked if I saw her picture on Facebook.. So I looked and fell in love. Sissy was about 9 weeks old when we got her. She is now 4 months old and so precious to me and my family. My dad will call and ask how is his little girl is doing? (I thought I was his little girl). I really debated on getting a dog since my husband passed away but I am so glad I changed my mind. I just don't know what I would do without her waking me up licking my face to let me know she needs to go out. Doesn't matter weather it is in the middle of the night or not I am walking her in the back yard. She makes me laugh and smile just thinking of her and fills my heart with joy..
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