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August 30, 2008 |
Floresville, Texas, U.S.
Scrappy was born in Floresville, Texas to a Maltese mother, who was later jailed for misconduct, and a Yorkshire Terrier father, who was killed by a pack of Doberman and German Shepards. Regardless of that, the breeders took good care of him, they even watched tv with him. As soon as he was old enough to be weened of his mother, the owners put him up for adoption by posting his information on a pet adoption website. On that website a Mrs. Tracy Andrews found him. She wanted to adopt him because she had just seen the movie Get Smart where the main character gets a Morkie. She adopted Scrappy on the 30th of November in 2008, and has been living with her ever since.
Life is easy for the dog, everyone that meets him loves him. He has dog friends that love him and play with him. The only real tragedy that he has faced is the death of a Padmé a dog that was like his grandmother and of Sylvester a cat that was like his brother. He does get into fights with the other resident dog, Hildegard, a Doberman puppy that weighs over twice the amount he does, but even though they fight, they are friends.
Scrappy is around fifteen pounds and orange/white in color, he does not shed and has long hair covering his face. Sometimes when he is shaved he is a silvery/white or sometimes a rusty red with black hairs throughout. legs are short so he can barely jump on any of the beds and his head is big making him top heavy.
Scrappy is a selfish, short-tempered dog, that sneezes when he is mad at someone or something. At times he can be kindhearted and share his toys, but this is rare, he also is a killjoy, he does not like it when other dogs are having fun or getting attention, resorting to physical violence when he can't take it anymore.