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MY BELOVED BROWNIE
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WHAT A FREAKIN WEEK!!!

I will start from the beginning.  About five weeks ago I told Sally I was filling out an adoption application, but I couldn’t finish, because I would start crying.  Wise Sally said “Nancy you are always going to miss Brownie, so you should just jump in and do it.  I think Brownie wants you to have a puppy”.   I thought, a puppy? Well, Sassy would probably do better with a puppy, but do I have the energy for a puppy?  So I was looking at dogs at shelters and found the sweetest choc lab mix.  He was seven, and had a smile that would light up any room.  His name is Pappy.  So I completed the application, and set up for a meet and greet.  He was so sweet, and full of energy.  I was ready to take him home.  But now it was Max and Sassy’s turn.  Max could care less, “whatever you want mom”.  Then it was Sassy’s turn, and she said no way!  I am not sharing my mom, my house, my food, and definitely not my cookies!  She lunged at Pappy twice.  Poor Pappy just jumped back and looked at Sassy, “What did you do that for”?  So I was pretty upset, but couldn’t be mad at Sassy.  Since Sassy was a stray, I do not know what she went through on the streets.  So I was very upset, thinking as long as Sassy is here I will not be able to have another dog.  Jackie told me, “don’t worry Nancy it will happen”.

A few weeks later I was bored, and thought I would see what’s happening on Facebook.  I am not a big Facebook fan and seldom sign in.  I saw a post that just brought me to tears.    Here is a photo of where the puppies sleep.  Under the house away from the Texas heat.

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So I contacted the girl who made the post.  Her name is Mackenzie.  She said she uses any extra money she has to feed these dogs, and she is overwhelmed, because of their medical condition.  So she made this post trying to find them homes.  She said she has contacted animal rescues, but nobody will take her seriously.  She said everyone thinks I’m just a kid, and I’m 18.  Had to chuckle a little.  So I told her I would try.  I emailed and called several rescues.  Some did respond, and I got the same answer.  We don’t go pick up animals, we save them from shelters.  So I copied the post, and filed an animal cruelty report with the Houston SPCA.  I can’t explain it, but something drew me to Mackenzie and the animals she posted.  So the next morning at 6:00 am I hopped in my car, and drove the 95 miles to Shepherd Texas.  It was heartbreaking.  All I could think about is what can I do?  I can’t take them all, but I can take one.  But how do you pick?  There are five puppies, and two adults, how do you pick when they all need someone.  It turns out I didn’t have to choose. Mackenzie pointed at the mixed choc lab puppy, and said “I call her Cookie”.  Cookie?  You call her Cookie?  My heart sunk!  Those of you who knew Brownie knew that Cookie was his favorite word and would go nuts when he heard it. I knew she needed me, and to tell you the truth, I needed her to need me.  So I picked up Cookie, and we started our trip back home.  I renamed her after Mackenzie and she is now Kenzie.  I could not keep the name “cookie” because everytime I will call her, Max and Sassy would think it was treat time.  I had tears rolling down my face on the way home thinking about all the other dogs that were left behind. It also got me thinking, about when we know our pet is going to become a tripawd how we worry.  Will they adjust?  Will they still be happy?  I honestly believe any of those dogs I saw would trade lives with one of our tripawds in a heartbeat.  To have a meal everyday, a warm bed, and most of all someone to love them!  I can’t imagine how an animal goes through life with nobody to love them, or care for them, or to even think about them. But what can we do to help?  But for now I decided I needed to concentrate on Kenzie.  She had mange from head to toe.  She was walking a little funny, and had several open sores that I assumed was from scratching at the mange.  I called three different vets, but all were booked.  I finally got her an appointment for Tuesday.  I also received an email from the lead investigator with the SPCA,  she wrote that she would be back in the office on Monday, and was going to check out the report, and assigned a case number.  I felt some sort of relief that those dogs may get some help.  So I brought Kenzie home, and put her in quarantine in a room away from Max and Sassy.  Even though she was miserable from the mange, she was eating like a little piglet.  I also noticed when she eats, she wags her tail, just like Brownie.  I went to several pet stores to find some kind of shampoo for mange, but had no luck.  A special thank you to Lana (Tyson’s Mom) for overnighting me with some shampoo that helped Kenzie so much,  after her bath she fell asleep, and for the first time felt rested without all that scratching.  So Monday morning.  News of Hurricane Laura heading toward Houston.  Category four and may be a five by the time it hits.  Just Great!  The hurricane was heading toward South Houston, and I live West of  Houston along one of the evacuation routes.  When this happens the traffic is so bad, you can’t even go to the corner store. My first thought was am I going to be able to get Kenzie to the vet?   I knew since we were  West of  Houston we would be ok, but could get high winds, and maybe a power outage. So I began to prepare our closet where we go in bad storms, hurricanes and tornadoes.  Water, pet food, flashlights, blankets, pillows, and bananas and canned weenies for me. I also have an emergency bag packed in case we do need to evacuate with the pups shot records and photos.  Tuesday morning comes.  Hurricane due to hit Wednesday evening. Category five!  Email received.  All vet appointments cancelled. Crap, now what do I do.  Since Kenzie did not have a fever, and was eating I figured we would be ok.  Wednesday morning Hurricane still on route to Houston.  When I went to let Kenzie out, her leg was swollen three times its size, and she couldn’t walk.  I was panicking, what happened?  What do I do? I thought she was going to lose this leg.  Her left front leg, just like Brownie.  To tell you the truth I had a little break down.  I am so tired of this freakin Shit, of people not taking care of their animals, and dumping the responsibility onto someone else.  Then Kenzie looked at me with those little beautiful eyes, and I pulled it together.  She wasn’t in pain when she was laying down, but when I would pick her up she would yelp.  I was planning on taking her to the ER, but the problem was I would be driving toward the Hurricane.  And on the way home it would be bumper to bumper traffic in 100 degrees weather.  So I called the ER, and they told me if she didn’t have a fever, and was eating it would be best to stay put to see what happens tonight with the Hurricane.  I checked her temperature every two hours through the night, and watched the news for updates on the Hurricane.  Hurricanes are very unpredictable, and can change route in a moment, as this one did.  Hurricane Laura changed route and hit Louisiana.  Even though Houston does feel a sense of relief, our hearts go out to our neighbors in Louisiana.  Houston is gathering supplies and food to take to our neighbors.

Thursday morning, and Kenzie finally gets to go to the vet!  I had to leave her at the door, because of the COVID being bad in Texas.  It  turns out that Kenzie had a dog bite that had abscess.  When they lanced the wound, it was a little painful and Kenzie yelped.  Then they told me that she stood right  up and barked at them.  I thought I am going to have my hands full, and to tell you the truth I wouldn’t want  it any other way!  So other than the mange, Kenzie will be fine, and she has eight more days of quarantine.  I do believe I have caught the mange, but it’s ok.  It’s not the first time.  They estimate Kenzie to be about 12 weeks.  I assume she got the dog bite from fighting for food.  What a tough life for a 12 week old pup, or for any age.  But Kenzie will never have to worry about where her next meal is coming from again!  Sassy and Max have met Kenzie through the doggie gate, and Sassy actually wags her tail!  I am hoping her motherly instincts will kick in. Kenzie will learn all about her big brother, Angel Brownie.  But for some reason I have a feeling they have already met.

So all stories deserve a happy ending, just like this one.  Pappy went to a lab rescue in Colorado.  I received another voicemail from the Houston SPCA.  The investigator said “the animals are no longer in that environment, and they are receiving medical care”.  After hearing that message, I thanked God, my mom, and of course my Beloved Brownie.  And Kenzie has found her forever home, and Max, Sassy, Kenzie and I are ready to begin our new journey together.

So here she is.  Little Miss Thing, Kenzie.  Even though she is missing fur, and has several sores, I think she is just beautiful!

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Also, a special thank you to Rene, Sally, Jackie, Bev, Lana (Tyson's Mom) and Jan (Ginger's Mom) for checking on me.  I Can't explain how much all of your friendships mean.

My Dear Beloved Brownie, I miss you everyday, and sometimes still cry.  But when I think about the bond we will always have it makes me smile!  I know you are still watching over us, and letting me know you are here in some very special ways.

I loved you yesterday, I love you today, and I will love you always, 

Your very proud and grateful mom!

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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29 August 2020 - 11:15 am
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By the way, I think our Miss Sally is physic.  Before all of this she told me "I think Brownie wants you to have a puppy".sp_hearticon2sp_hearticon2sp_hearticon2

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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OOOOOOOMMMMMMDDDDDDD!!!!!!   Even though I've kinds' been in the loop (per Brownie's  secret request), I am in a puddle of tears of joy!!!  Huge happy tears!!!

And my heart is so full of love for Nancy and the Herculean  efforts she has made all her life  to care for animals,  but especially  with this selfless act!!!   Because Nancy sees with her heart, she saw this  most beautiful  Soul  speaking to her heart......."take me!!! Take me!!!"  ❤   "Brownie is telling you to take me and then you can help my remaining  pack!!!"  Brownie whispered in McKenzie's ear......"Call this one COOKIE.  This is the one I've picked our for my beloved Nancy.  She'll take her home with her.  Promise!"😎😎

And even Sassy hasn't  gone too "Sassy bonkers" over Kenzie!👍   This is sooooo meant to be!!

Just look at this puppy  Look at her little happy wiggle as she jogs over to her hooman!  Is this the luckiest  dog ever or what???   Not many people would drive all that way on the spur of the moment to help this dog.  And then to see the obvious  medical issues and the dollar signs involved  in helping her.....,,,,I tell Nancy she is a Saint!!!  She truly is an Angel on Earth!!!

Nancy, Kenzie is STUNNINGLY  BEAUTIFUL!!!    Just seeing her be so Happy in that video melts my heart❤   She K OWS she's home.....she and Brownie knew that all along.❤

Cannot wait to follow her journey as she heals physi6 and emotionally..  A PUPPY!!!  You will have your paws full, that for sure!  And you'll love every second  of it 😎

Lots of love

Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

Happy Hannah had a glorious additional bonus time of over one yr & two months after amp for osteo! She made me laugh everyday! Joined April's Angels after send off meal of steak, ice cream, M&Ms & deer poop!



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Oh Nancy, you did it.. I am crying over here! Leave it to you to find and grab on to this horrible situation and make it better. I am glad you were able to get her to a vet. Thank goodness the mange and abscess are things that can be easily remedied. 

I love your name for your new pup. And I totally knew that Brownie would send you a pup that needed a miracle. Can I smile while saying "I told you so!! "smiley16 He was probably tapping you on the shoulder to check out that Facebook page.. knowing there was a reason that the other pup did not work out. Somepawdy needed you more!

I am relieved that those other little lives are rescued and receiving medical care. Lord knows they would not have made it without that. When Bo got demodex, I learned that there is a one dose medicine that takes care of it without all the baths. Is this the same thing the pup has or is it different? 

I am so happy for you. I knew something big was happening and I have been anxious to hear the details. You and Brownie have done well sp_hearticon2

I did find the link to jade2058's thread and I had made a post there but I have not heard anything back. Here is the link Jade's Link

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Nancy - tears here too! There is a special place in heaven for you! Thank you for caring, and for doing something to help those poor dogs! Kenzie is beautiful and perfect, and paw picked by Brownie - of that I have no doubt. So glad Sassy and Max approve too. Bless you, and thank you for sharing this difficult and heart breaking story. Can't wait to see what the future holds for you all.

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Nitro 11 1/2  yr old Doberman; right front amp June 2014. Had 6 doses carboplatin, followed by metronomic therapy. Rocked it on 3 legs for over 3 years! My Warrior beat cancer, but couldn't beat old age. He crossed the Bridge peacefully on July 25, 2017, with dignity and on his terms.  Follow his blog entitled "Doberman's journey"

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Oh my gosh - I've been reading Brownie story here the past several nights along with some other brave and beautiful Tripawd stories to help me kind of understand, cope, and help my own Ms. Lana along her own new journey. So firstly - THANK YOU for writing Brownie's story. The love you show through all of the rollercoaster moments shows so so much. Brownie will always be part of your life no matter what, even if not in the physical sense. 

I think Brownie definitely played a roll in Kenzie! Kenzie looks about like Lana when I first found her 9 years ago. That bond with a dog that's having a rough start is such a unique and special connection, too. Kenzie needed you, and you may just have needed Kenzie - and your angel Brownie knows sp_hearticon2

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Thank you all, but I'm not a saint!  I just love animals!  I was unable to have kids, so I think God's plan was for me to be a dog mom which is fine with me.

The true saints are the people that work and volunteer at the animals shelters rescues, and foster.  The people that face animal cruelty everyday.  A special shot out to the Houston SPCA for reacting so quickly, during a Hurricane warning, while they were evacuating animals to another state.

A special thank to those that adopt from shelters and rescues.  When you adopt you are saving two lives.  The one you adopted, and you are making room for one more.  God knows the shelters are always full.

Jackie, yes you told me so.  lol.  I am a little confused on the mange thing.  The vet did a skin scrape, but was not sure which one it is.  She treated with an injection, because she said Kenzie was too young for chemicals.  She goes back in two weeks, and hopefully will be able to get her shots.  I do know the mange is contagious, because I have it.  LOL.  I haven't had a puppy in 25 years!  The last puppy I had I found when she was six weeks, in a paper bag on the road.  She gave me mange.  Daisy was with me for 13 years.

I can't wait to ready more on Ms. Lana!  Going to do that after I take a nap.  lol  smiley4

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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BRAVO!!!!! smiley_clapsmiley16 Nancy, this happy story ending just made my day! I'm so glad you decided to share Kenzie's story because it is EPIC! In the middle of a pandemic, and a hurricane, you saved her life and all the others too. WOW! Brownie couldn't be prouder of his mama, he sent you to Mackenzie for a reason, because Cookie was meant for you. I can't think of anything more beautiful than this rescue story!

Kenzie has such a great life ahead of her, you all do. I'm so glad you are safe and she's getting the life she deserves. Thank you for caring and thank you for all you do to help animals.

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Here is a video of some of the pups, before I knew about them.  You can hear Mackenzie call my Kenzie  "Cookie".  You may also notice that Kenzie is the only choc one.

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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Oh goodness,  how sweet! I heard it!! Grinning ear to ear.  Your girlie got so lucky❤❤❤

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Oh my goodness Nancy!❤❤❤❤ Brownie definitely had his paws in on this one! Far to many "coincidences" for it to be anything else. I know you've been hoping for a sign from brownie and i think he was determined to make it one you couldnt miss! Dear sweet adorable kenzie needed you and angel Brownie heard her. I can picture him whispering to her "Dont worry, im going to fix it. i have the best most loving mama in the world. Im going to bring her to you and you will be fed, loved and cared for. She will make you feel better and you will meet sassy and max and there will be cookies!" I'm beyond happy for you and the new pack ❤ its funny how sometimes things just happen when you need it most. Our angels know when that moment is even if we dont.

I dont know if i told you but i mentioned to Roane that when she left so did my laugh. A week later she and Gypsy decided the mini farm needed a sick runty piglet😏 i cant say why but i immediately knew they had a hand in it!  life works in funny ways....

Thank you for being you and jumping in for those pups when they needed you most. Ive always felt that you can tell everything you need to know about a person by the way they treat animals. You my friend have a truly beautiful soul and a heart of gold. Thank you for being you and for helping those poor pups!

I cant wait for more pupdates on beautiful, perfect kenzie. You, angel Brownie, sassy andmax are going to have a puppy adventure! 🎉🎉🎉

Extra big hugs❤🐾

         Hugs ❤ Bev, nurse Moe cat, Autumn's Angel Roane & Angel dog Gypsy 🐾

My sweet soulmate Roane was diagnosed with osteo in June of 2019. Had a rear leg amp on July 2nd & crossed the rainbow bridge to be with her sister Gypsy on the first day of Autumn Sept 23 2019.

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Very nice Bev❤   Leave it to Roanne  to send you a pig😎

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Nancy!! Thank you for rescuing Kenzie and initiating the SPCA rescue of the other pups! We need more loving people like you in our world. I'm in BC, Canada and during the pandemic, the rescue shelters became empty due to demand for pets. In the past, people brought dogs in from the US, Mexico and Korea but we can't do that anymore due to the border closure. I hope the shelters in Texas are able to manage due to the hurricane. 

I love Kenzie's joyous tail - WOW, it's amazing how it can spin in so many directions. 

I hope the mange is easier to treat than something like ringworm. I got ringworm from a kitten dropped off at my house and the dermatologist gave me the wrong cream that made it grow! Make sure you take care of yourself.

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Thanks Jerry, I do hope Brownie is proud of me. Years ago I bought a plaque that reads "I want to be the person my dog thinks I Am". I do hope I was the mom Brownie wanted and deserved.

Jackie, I got mange.

Kerren, that it interesting that the pets were in demand during the pandemic. Would love to learn more...

Bev, you got a new pig??? Wanna hear all about it!

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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Hi Nancy,

During the 2008 financial crisis, many dogs were adopted from the US. That crisis didn't hit us as hard as the US west coast so many dogs found homes up here. I have the pleasure of walking a wonderful dog named Tika who came up during the housing crisis. My friend found this dog from a rescue organization here who went to an SPCA in California to pick up dogs. Tika had been surrendered because her original people lost their home.

Here's an article from this spring: https://www.the.....-same.html

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