Meet My Tibbies

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I’ve been the lucky mommy for many Tibbies over the years. Some I bred; some I adopted. Some are still with me; some have gone to the Bridge. I adore all Tibbies.

 

twyla

 

Twyla Dawa, my sweetheart, is a gentle being. Thank you, PNC Midwest Rescue, for rescuing her and helping her learn to live outside a cage.

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Precious Coco, also known as Cocolicious, the best licker ever, is the alpha of my Tibbie family. Thank you, Colleen Bias Chaffee of Shenanwood Tibbies, for my “Angel.”

Suzy Q

 

Darling Suzy Q is smart as a whip and completely blind. Thank you, TSCA Rescue and the TSCA Rescue & Health Trust, for allowing me to give her a home. If you’re considering adoption, please don’t rule out “special needs” dogs.

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Willy Woo, Ch. Alan-Li’s Willy the Conqueror, earned his AKC championship at 10 months and spent the rest of his long life being my heart dog .

Danny

 

A senior rescue, Danny spent a happy year and half with my Tibbie family before going to the Bridge. Please support senior adoption organizations like Senior Dog Haven & Hospice.

 

Sassy

 

Sassy was a challenge, but I adored my “Funny Face” and was devastated when I lost her so suddenly. I wish I’d been a better mommy to her.

Bear

 

Bear, the ever-worried, was my first-born. In the last two of his 17 years, he became paralyzed but still enjoyed life tooling around on his “wheels.”

Ciana

 

Ciana, Ch. Ciana Lili of Alan-Li, beloved pillow dog, was my first home-bred champion. But, more importantly, she was the most loving, patient little soul who ever lived.

Patches

 

Patches, Ch. Patchouli Panda of Alan-Li, my gorgeous parti boy, broke my heart when I lost him to lymphoma at only 8 years of age. Never forgotten.

 

Shen

 

Shen, Ch. Jemari Shenandoah, was a dapper little guy who wanted to be head Tibbie. Sadly for him, Patches had the job.

Kissie

 

Kissie, my first Tibbie, taught me how charming and independent this breed can be. She gave me four beautiful babies and lived to 18 years old.

Charlie

 

Although obviously not a Tibbie, Charlie the Wordy Bird, my constant companion for 32 years, loved to order the Tibbies around. “Time for bed” “Time to eat” “STOP barking” “Go pee!” Being Tibbies, they ignored him.