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Queen Anne "Annie" Guidos
March 20, 2023
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Queen Anne “Annie” Guidos, an Australian Cattle Dog/Red Heeler was born around September 2008. Annie, also known as “Annie Bananas”, our “Crazy Cowgirl” and several other silly names, enjoyed bossing her sisters Roxie and Mollie, as only a Cattle Dog can. Annie helped foster and socialize several puppies over the years. In her younger days, Annie was an avid frisbee and tennis ball player and loved to take walks around the farm. Annie suffered for a year from Cushings and seizures, but made the best of everyday. She loved to keep an eye on Grandma and remind her that she needed a treat after each potty, after meals and between meals.
Annie was abandoned in northern Screven County and slept on a neighborhood porch until animal control picked her up and took her to the old Screven County pound. A volunteer for Friends of Screven County Animals (FoSCA), who would later be Annie’s Grandma, was at the Pound taking photos to post to Petfinder. She saw Annie, and intended to foster her until she could find her a good home. Several months later, a lady called interested in adopting Annie to herd her sheep. When told that Annie slept inside in the bed, she said “Honey, you have spoiled that dog!” Annie continued to sleep with Grandma until she passed.
Annie was preceded in death by her Mema, Claudette Bowers Johnson and her adopted sisters Roxie, Mollie and Ishtar. I’m sure Annie is with them now playing, herding and bossing them around.
Annie leaves to grieve her, her Grandma Lisa, Dave and adopted cat sister Dottie.