Agatha Wags Windischman-Cramer
2001 - 2008
Aggie came to AHRCO in the
fall of 2004 after being found running on a W. Virginia highway. Tired, sick
and hungry, she allowed herself to be captured by two veterinary technicians
with big hearts. Shocked at her condition, the two took their new charge
to work with them. Christened "Agatha" by the hospital staff, she was
immediately treated for sarcoptic mange, various parasites, (fleas, worms
etc) and given food and a warm bed. Further examination indicated
Agatha to be about 3 years old and that she had been been used for
breeding. After a few days hospitalization, Aggie was transferred to
where she was nursed back to health before finding her forever home with
AHRCO's friends Cris, Diane, and family in Michigan.
Aggie was such a special
girl, she was a 'trooper' is the best sense of the word. She enjoyed
life to the maximum with her 2 affie "sisters" and her 2 feline brothers.
In the short period of 4 years, she fought and survived heartworm treatment;
she fought and survived chylothorax, but sadly she could not fight cancer.
Within a few short hours Aggie went from the happy, "silly Aggie Waggie", to
showing signs of not feeling well, to going blind. Rushed to the
family vet, then onto MSU, our beautiful, wise, sweet Aggie Wags was
diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Unprepared and with
tears in their eyes, pain in their hearts, Aggie's Moms wished their
beautiful girl Au Revior .
Below is a photo memorial
of Aggie's life. There are 23 photos in the slide show - click on each
thumbnail for a larger image to appear below. Keep
scrolling right to view them all.
Run free Aggie. We miss you.