Sweet "Little Bit" (club name "Niamh") crossed Rainbow Bridge recently. NRGRR literally saved Little Bit's life and pulled her from a shelter in Goldsboro, July 2014. She was adopted by her foster family. She had been very neglected and was in very poor condition with multiple skin and ear infections, little hair, a cut tail and injuries to her rear leg and front paw. She required months of rehabilitation with medications, laser treatments, supplements, message, and special baths, etc. Once her personality began to shine during recovery, her family started calling her Little Bit because at 45+ pounds she was the most petite golden they had ever had.
Little Bit was initially aged at between 12 to 14 years so her family committed to making her last chapter the best - she even made the 2016 calendar! She was nothing but a gift of sweetness and joy. Despite her chronic medical issues, she lived in the moment - not wanting to be left out of anything. She and her big brother, Marley (fostered 2012 and adopted 2013), were inseparable and loved the beach, lake, trails and just hanging out on the deck. Marley sensed there was something different this time with Little Bit and was especially caring and tender with her these past weeks. Bella, an ornery female tabby cat, also loved Little Bit from day one.