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Georgia’s Chihuahua Story

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My name is Georgia Lott and this is my Chihuahua story.Georgia Lott
 
Last year when I received my income taxes I decided that I was going to get a puppy.  I can’t have children but wanted a little one of my own to take care of so I chose a fur baby.

 

I looked at lots of puppies online and came across “Kisses”.  I spoke to my husband that night to make sure he was fine with me getting her.

 

The next day I called up the people who had her, put her on reserve and went that weekend to pick her up.  I changed her name to Daisy Mae and have been in love ever since.

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Daisy has brought so much joy to me and my husband.  She is our “baby” and I take her to almost all family functions we participate in.

 

Living with Daisy is a bit like living with a toddler. She is into everything,spunky, bossy, moody and loves to play with our cat Gracie.  They roughhouse all day, chasing each other back and forth but neither one ever hurts the other.

 

I was strictly a cat person before I met Daisy and now I’m a Chihuahua Momma.  She is attached to both my husband and myself.  She cries if he goes outside without her and is always waiting by the door when I come home from work.

 

We went on a mini vacation in November but couldn’t take her with us. Although she was being watched by family and was safe I missed her the whole time we were gone.  If I go on vacation again it will be planned around her being with us. I love her to the moon and back.
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The pic with the red collar is the day I adopted her up.  The pic with her in a dress is Easter 2013 and then her Santa coat was Christmas 2013.

 

NOTE FROM CATHY: Thanks Georgia for your story! Daisy Mae is adorable!  Remember, if you would like to share your story about your Chihuahua, email me at Cathy@ilovemychi.com and put “Chihuahua Story” in the headline. Include any photos you would like  in your story.

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