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KyCzar Susse' DeWalt crossed the Rainbow Bridge at 10:10 A.M. at home surrounded by his daddy, mommy, Dr Keener and a vet tech from Mobile Vet.
KyCzar was born on February 20, 2007 at Azzi International Service for Dogs.
On April 20, 2007 at AISD he picked Floyd & Nance DeWalt to be his forever parents running to them first out of his litter.
Before he was born, November 2006 he was introduced to the motorcycle community as a gift certificate, " PICK OF THE LITTER" at a benefit to be auctioned off to help raise money for the children if Suzzi Cooper that lost her life in a motorcycle accident. Floyd & Nance won high bid.
From the first day at his furever home the motorcycle community came and went day after day. KyCzar was quite the "FURBROTHER" never meeting a stranger.
He spent alot of time in his younger years playing with an 8# bowling ball, most of the time ending up out in the field and being rescued by one of his parents. He loved having the chuck it fling his ball so he could run fast and hard. Loved to play fetch with pine cones, sticks and what started as a 1 foot 4x4 but most of all playing ball was his most favorite thing to do.
KyCzar was very demanding when he wanted his Kong with peanut butter, wanted you to pet him, wanted you to play but most of all when he wanted your attention.
The DeWalt home was full of fun, love and fur with KY being in the family. He attended many motorcycle events and benefits held at the Pink Flamingo Lounge helping raise money for those in need.
KyCzar will be dearly missed by his dad & mom, Floyd & Nance, his brothers Damion (Megan), Dustin (Carrisa), his sister Misty (Russ) and his cousins, Skylr, Fayleigh, Rylee, Mia. Many aunts, uncles , Brothers & Sisters of the motorcycle community and his special ball playing buddy, Mikey V.
After crossing over the Rainbow Bridge KyCzar was transported to Cherished Friends Pet Cremation and Memorials, LLC in Caledonia, Ohio.
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