LONG BEACH - Beloved Long Beach canines Max and Elsie Campooch, ages 5 and 8 respectively, passed away last week from accidental poisoning of an unknown source.
Max and Elsie loved to play in the woods bordering their home. Chasing squirrels was their full-time employment and their hobbies included sleeping, eating and chasing squirrels.
This loving couple is survived by their full-time kitty companions, Bathalamew, Rocko Blondo, and Dingding; retired pasture ornament Nevada; and their loving mother Nancy Campiche.
PLEASE, do not throw your hazardous substances in the woods as a means of disposal. Innocent, happy pets may unknowingly happen along.
PLEASE, do not throw your salmon guts and by-products into the woods - salmon poisoning is a killer.
PLEASE, dispose of your anti-freeze properly without delay. This tastes like candy to dogs and cats and will kill them.
PLEASE, pick up poisonous mushrooms from your yard. A playful puppy can suffer needlessly.
Max and Elsie would have wished for contributions to be made to the Pacific County Animal Shelter where they both met Miss Campiche.