She was full of energy and one of her favorite things to do was to run around our dining room table several times, then scurry into the family room and show off by spinning in a tight circle before coming to rest awaiting our approval. We would clap our hands and she would take off and do it all over again until she would finally take a break and get a drink of water.
In the evening Maggie would make a vertical jump from the floor, delicately glide down like a white puffy little cloud, and come to rest softly on our lap where she would spend the rest of the evening.
Maggie had a gentleness about her and adapted naturally to any situation as long as she was with her “people”. Now her "Tail's a Wagg'n" at the great "Pet Resort" in the sky . . . We all miss her very much.
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