Vibrant various colors Tie-dye (pattern will vary) - Ziggy Stardust was dumped at a shelter because he was a sickly senior...his new family proved them wrong - with love and a new home Ziggy was able to regain his goofy fun attitude and lived his remaining years happily and SAFE with his forever family. To read his whole sweet story visit the "In Memory of Ziggy Stardust" section below.
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From Ziggy Stardust's Momma:
Ziggy Stardust was adopted April 12, 2017 from our local shelter. He was 12 years old, deaf, and had mobility issues. His previous family dumped him at the shelter because he was old, sickly, and they wanted a puppy. I saw his photo online and had to go see him. It was love at first sight. Normally, the shelter has an application process, but they saw how he lit up when I held him, and being a vet tech, they felt comfortable I could care for him appropriately. He came home with us that day. His demeanor immediately changed, and the goofy, fun-loving senior came out of his she'll and his personality shined bright. He was my shadow, came to work with me and loved going shopping and for car rides, too. He struggled with an eye ulcer that took his vision, but it never got him down. In June 2019, we noticed him slowing down significantly, and ultimately had to make the difficult decision to help him cross the rainbow bridge. He was only with us for a little over two years, but in those two years, but in those two year he gave and received enough love for ten lifetimes. Our Minnie Bug immediately glommed onto Zig, and when he passed she missed him dearly (and still does). Our boy lived out loud just like his namesake.