Lacy Lou was an owner surrender to Col. Potter and when she came in, she had a couple of small tumors which we had removed. The diagnosis on the tumors was not good and she was diagnosed with myeloma. That being said, she was a happy, energetic little girl and we thought she had beat the odds but sadly that was not to be the case. She started acting more lethargic, not her normal self and foster mom, Lynn, found a tumor on her ribs so she went back to the vet yesterday. The vet confirmed that the myeloma was back and was most likely throughout her body. Lynn took Lacy Lou back home for some hard core loving and spoiling. This morning, she was not able to walk, could not urinate and was very edematous. We knew it was time to say good bye to this sweet little girl. So Lacy Lou passed over the bridge at 10:00 a.m. this morning, in the loving arms of Lynn. She was a very special little girl and was very loved by Lynn. Please say a special prayer and send hugs to Lynn as today is a very hard day for her and light a candle to help Lacy Lou find her way to the bridge.