Pet Princess Boss, 16, of Temple, passed at home on Friday, June 6, 2023.
All dogs go to heaven, because all dogs are kind and loving when raised with care and love. Every dog has a special soul within them that animates their furry body to run and play and enjoy life. Princess was a unique dog that lived as any dog should. Princess enjoyed trotting around in the grass outside, exploring each hill, each tree and each blade of grass to find new wonders and treasures. Princess loved to meet new people, and while she often demanded her share of pets from everyone she met, she always was eager to be friendly.
Princess lived a long life, full of ups and downs. She was resilient, surviving several near death experiences and hasty trips to the veterinarian. After every such event, she would keep wagging her tail and moving on to the next day full of her usual happy energy. Princess lived an enjoyable and social life with three other dogs that kept her company, even if she did squabble with them sometimes. Even when Princess became debilitated with blindness and deafness, she still enjoyed the world as much as she could and continued to be her friendly and loveable self.
Every dog has a unique soul dwelling in their furry body. Princess sometimes embodied her namesake, and barked at all who entered her kingdom to have them pet her. But at the same time, she was a loveable and accepting dog who happily enjoyed family and strangers alike. And while she may have passed on from her furry former life, she’ll be happily barking and playing in heaven for the rest of time.
She is survived in death by humans Brenda, Jessica, Matt, Tristan, Alexis, Jeremiah, Zander, Kevonta, Kiara and Steven. Fur friends Hercules, Brownie and Clover
Preceded in death by human Gene Boss.
In Lieu of flowers please consider making a memorial donation to Young's Daughters Bereavement Center at 4235 E. US HWY 190 Temple, TX 76501.
Arrangements are under the direction of Sabrina N. Young, of Young's Daughters Funeral Home.