September 29, 2014 – Phoebe Jewel crossed the Rainbow Bridge in the loving arms of her parents, Michelle and Wesley Schwandt. They adopted her 9 months after they were married. She began living with two bossy cats but that didn’t bother Phoebe – nothing bothered Phoebe. When her human sister Olivia was born, she watched over her like she was her own baby.
She was happy wherever she was – at the beach, in the boat or at her grandparents house. Two years ago the family adopted a puppy, Willow, and Phoebe was a big help with the training. She was almost 15 years old when the angels came for her. She will be missed and loved forever – rest in peace, Phoebers.
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