For all you have taught me during the short time you were here with us. You were with us for a week, but you have taught me to always check the eyelids of any goats before bringing them home even if they are as cute and precious as you. You have taught me that Cydectin, Ivermec, and Panacur will not kill tapeworms and I need to worm all of my babies in the future with Valvazen. You have taught our veterinarians that tapeworm is still a problem with goats in our area and it can be lethal. You may have saved countless lives at the breeder you came from because he is now going to treat his whole herd with Valbazen. The gift of knowledge you have left behind is priceless and will last a lifetime. I miss you, Chippewa Squaw, and with your blessing I will name your first born sister after you next spring. I hope she has your beautiful head and super long ears, and hope she eases the pain for your mama. I am glad your suffering is through.