My favorite memory of my Kammie girl is the day we met, 16 years ago and I hope I will always remember that day. I had bought a house just so I could adopt a dog, and the day came I was all settled in and ready. I went to at least 3 or 4 shelters and adoption events and met lots of doggies who needed a home but I just did not feel a connection. The last stop on the way home was an NSPCA event at a Petsmart. I parked, got out of the car, and was pulled like a magnet directly to Kammie’s crate. I took everything in all at once: “Kamma nicknamed Kammie, big dog discount on sale for $50, house trained, 9 months old, can’t live with cats” every detail was a perfect match, and I looked into her caramel colored eyes and I said “I want this dog” and the volunteer got her out for me and that was it. She was my soul mate and best friend from that point on. She was absolutely perfect in every way and she taught me how to be responsible, how to love unconditionally, how to be loyal, how to be patient, and how powerful my voice can be. I know that me and Kammie will be together again someday soon somehow. Until then I miss taking care of her, rubbing her soft ears, and hearing her walking around the house and snoring in her bed, and taking her on slow mindful walks around the neighborhood. I love you forever Kammie Bear.

11/07/2006 – 05/10/2023

Katie Borowski
Las Vegas, NV

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