Kenzee Jane joined our family at 9 weeks old in 2011, after her litter was found at a dumpster. Our assumed spaniel mix was a crazy, crazy puppy who grew and grew into the beautiful girl with flippy floppy ears and the softest fur. Kenzee started volunteering with PAWS for People in 2013. She made teenagers smile at drug and alcohol rehab, brought nibble kisses to students at University of Delaware, and got lots of bum rubs at Bowling Green and various community events. Her favorite thing was sharing the same air space as her people. Then, in 2016, her most important job fell into her lap. She became a nanny dog to a little boy with a little girl to follow in 2018. She took her job seriously, always showing patience with their hugs, being their pillow, and cleaning them with big kisses. She absolutely adored swimming and would nearly jump out of the car once she could smell the water. Frisbee was her toy of choice, but she also loved carrying around stuffed toys for snuggles. She retired to a house with a pool and in her last two summers was able to swim with her family and many others who came to visit. Kenzee may have been most notoriously known for her vocal woos, her devotion to ice cubes, and her ability to find balls that had been lost for unknown amounts of time. She was cherished at home and by all who met her. She leaves behind her two puppy siblings and her two human babies, plus the humans who loved her endlessly.