So much to say about this furry guy that positively affected so many lives. He was truly loved by all who came in contact with him.
His first year was a rocky one as his original owner suffered from mental illness and because of this could no longer take care of him and he was left roaming the streets of Gloucester, NJ. While dining at a fish restaurant, he kept walking back and forth in front of the restaurant where his new family was eating. The owner of the restaurant told us he was looking for a home and was surviving by eating scraps. It was love at first site and he found his furrever family.
Larry was also an accomplished model, featured in some pin-up style photoshoots.
He had one of the coolest personalities and because of his rough street beginnings he didn’t like to be in the house too long. He will be remembered fondly for greeting his favorite neighbor on his morning walk (Larry only allowed two pets by the neighbor then had to walk on), he will be missed by his brother Mr. Leroy (wrestling was an Olympic sport for them) and will missed for christening every car tire that parked on Durboraw Road.
He is remembered by everyone that lives on Durboraw Rd, his adopted family and his brother Mr. Leroy. He is predeceased by his sister Pepper and brother Bob. RIP Sweet Boy!