[Read About Natural Cancer Care] I got lucky about 5 years ago when I miscarried my child, we've been connected at the hip ever since. Lucky is the security guard of our family, at night she does routine checks from room to room hovering over our beds to make sure we are all okay. She gets attached easy, and will go through a depression state once having to leave me. She is my best friend. She loves tug of war and loves her bones even more. She's spoiled rotten so she won't go out in the rain and she likes the have her gravy food with her dry food. She's afraid of storms so she likes to be under the covers with her loved ones during and she hates the Fourth of July. Lucky has been a pure blessing to this family and we are sad to see her go. She is over all in good health but we recently discovered she has a malignant tumor. It does not appear to be aggressive. The vet feels based on her age, it's best to just let her live it out. She's still very full of energy and needs a good loving home as circumstances in my life has caused me to have to part ways. Having lucky go to a loving family will set my heart at ease knowing that she will be well taken care of.