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In Memory of Gidget 

Gidget was a beautiful brindle girl full of energy and sweet kisses. At first, no one would have suspected that she was so ill. Gidget had Megaesophagus and had a hard time holding down food and water, plus she had a condition called Myesthenia Gravis, an autoimmune disease which affects the brain and nervous system and causes muscles to weaken. Gidget (who was called Arabella by her foster Mom) was a much-loved Frenchie and all means to help her were explored, but unfortunately, she continued to weaken. When she could no longer hold down any food or water and began to lose weight rapidly, she was allowed to cross the Rainbow Bridge, where she would be able to run and play to her heart's content. Godspeed, sweet Gidge. It was a joy having you with us, if only for a little while.