May 23, 1990 - December 10, 1999

Kayla came to by divine intervention. I worked nights and my wife wanted a puppy to keep her company. We went to the local pet store to see what they had. They only had one puppy, a three month old, Rottweiler. We thought she was too expensive, but she won our hearts and souls forever.

We named her Kayla and will always be a part of our lives. We will always remember her unlimited expressions and her comical face. To this, she knicknamed, "Kayla Klown." She will be remembered lying with us watching TV, or sitting in any lap that was available. She was the only dog that I knew who was loved by everyone she contacted. All the children in the neighborhood would wake me up and ask, "Can Kayla come out and play?"

She lived for 9 1/2 years when she was diagnosed with a form of cancer. She began chemo-therapy but lost the battle to a secondary infection. Both my wife and I firmly believe that took this opportunity to cross over, so that WE would not have to make that decision for her. She was always thinking of others.

We miss her and she will always be in our hearts. We will love you always.

Mom and Dad

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