What can we say about Kiska she came into our lives with energy and spunkiness. My husband got Kiska because he has a love for Huskies and his father had said that he would offer to buy Craig a puppy for a gift. My husband had very specific requirements for his new puppy. The puppy needed to be a female and needed to have blue eyes. When we went to pick a puppy out we took along our very good friends Marissa and Devon. The day was sunny and warm. The breeder took us out back to where all the puppies were. He just stood there like a kid in a candy store. All the puppies had scooted away from him until this cute little husky pushed her way thru the crowd and over to him. He asked if the puppy was a female and the rest they say is history. We would start to watch a movie and like clock work 10 minutes into the movie she would come downstairs into the basement and start barking like she had to go outside. I will miss my little candle sniffer. I had several candle parties at the house and Kiska sat waiting patiently to smell the candles that she had brought. If she did not like the candle then she would turn her nose up in the air and walk away. If she did like the candle then she would sniff it and then lick it. One christmas my husband has layed the lights on the floor in the living room and Kiska layed herself in the middle of the lights and we layed the lights around her and took pictures for a christmas card. Craig held her and I took the picture. Kiskas day started at 655am when the radio alarm went off. Craig is not the easiest person to wake up in the morning so I would try a couple of times and fail miserably. Then it was Kiskas turn to try. She would bark and bark until he got up. Craig would head for the shower and Kiska would jump back into bed with me. About 15 minutes later it was time for me to get up. We would go downstairs and start the day. Craig would come downstairs after showering and take her outside, to do her morning business. They would come back in and she would get herself a cookie. Craig then scratched her head and said good bye to both of us and went to work. Her and I then would go upstairs and at the top of the stairs her sister Holly would be waiting to play with her. Then I would tell her go take a shower and she would bolt into the bathroom and wait while I showered. Once I was down I would open the door and she would go laydown on her pillow until it was time for my to leave for work. She would hear my shut off the radio and then was her clue to run to the door to go downstairs for the day. I would turn back to tell both of them that I loved them and blew them kisses and told them both to behave themselves. And I left for the day. Kiska had her favorite teams because of her daddy. She liked for baseball the NY Mets for football the SF 49ers and for college basketball the UCONN Huskies.
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