Madre Laith Cinderella at Caval
2/26/96 - 4/12/99
Cinder was expecting her second litter. When problems were noted on
4-12-99, Cheryl rushed her to the vet, Joe. He performed a C-section and spayed her;
however, Cinder did not recover from the anesthetic. As Cheryl said, "This is hard
and I miss her oh, so much. I want others to know that any breeder who says they've never
had any problems with breeding either hasn't bred very much or isn't telling the whole
truth. As natural as having a litter is, it is full of dangers to the mom-tobe. And when
that mom-to-be is a special companion to you....you have to understand the risks you take.
Being a consciencious breeder means adding the right things to continue the breed and
making tough choices when the need arises... it is not having puppies because they are
cute or making money on puppies."
Cinder had a special place at night sleeping right by Cheryl's head on the bed. During the
past few days of her life, she went everywhere with her mom. Cinder had a sweet
personality and was a great mom to her first litter. She will be deeply missed both for
herself and her ability to add to the breed.
Cheryl.....although we did not know her the special way you did, we want you to
know that we share your loss and send our condolences. She'll be waiting for you at
the Rainbow Bridge!
The Caval Family