January 1986-July 2001

Cute, loveable, innocent, fluffy, spunky, and loyal. Casper was a Bichon Frise with a heart for the woman in his family; Mom, Robyn, Kirsten, Nana and Auntie Marilyn (can't forget his toy pooky). Casper was brought into the Adams family in 1986 with sarcoptic mange. It was a condition that took away his youth.

Being the largest pup in his litter, after several months of treatment, he was on his feet in full force. Every chance he got he wanted to go for a walk, eat (his food and anything off the sidewalk or Birthday cakes while the family was out) and go for car rides anywhere but most of all up to the cottage for lots of boat rides. He followed everyone everywhere but was always at Mom's side no matter what.

We enjoyed Casper as a part of the family for almost 15 years and were very sad to loose him to Cushings Syndrome. We are very thankful to have enjoyed him for all those years but were also very sad to see him go. He was very much loved and treated as Mom's 4th child. Coffee and toast in the morning for breakfast, cookies every single time he returned from outside, walks almost 3 times a day, rice or yogurt when his tummy was upset and most of all his reserved spot on or under Mom's bed. These are memories that will stay with us forever.

We miss you little buddy, or 'poops', as Mom would say.

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