“THE TIME HAS COME (CADE)
Caring, Attentive, Dedicated, Everlasting
Unconditional love until the day of your passing
No trickery, omissions or manipulation
Your love was pure and for the taking
Now you are gone my heart is breaking
Many will never understand my love for you
When it comes to unconditional love
Humans do not have a clue
You were my Maltese “I called you Cade”
A 10lb dog whose memories I will always save.
Tell us the ‘story’ of your pet: In 2010 I was diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy(RSD/CRPS) and my health began to decline drastically, so my husband, Joseph F. Malbrough Jr. purchased me an eleven-week old (3/4 Maltese, 1/4 Pekingese) puppy for emotional support. My youngest daughter, JoNae stated, “call him Cade” because of his color. He saved my life, because I was in so much pain I was taking 125mg of Fentanyl every 24 hours and I was losing my battle, until Cade’s unconditional love, and determination convinced me I was not the burden I viewed myself as. I called him my healthcare provider, because he was always by my side. Cade brought so much love and joy to our family, he kept us laughing. I believe he was an angel sent to provide me unconditional love at a time when I was at my lowest point.