Dog on the Motorcycle, Zena, my traveling companion, has been riding on the motor cycle with me since November of 2001.
Zena has saved my life on more then one occasion and has helped open doors. Her personality, charisma, and predicable behavior makes us a welcome couple as we travel.
I, Who is No Stress Mike – Page, am accustom to adventure, which made Zena a fantastic travel companion. I got Zena from a friend, Ron Patton (Coffeyville, Kansas) he had a very smart red healer/dingo mix that worked his cattle. His wife had a boxer that went with her everywhere, all he did was sit. I got Zena when she was 6 months old and had her fixed and her tail cut off. Her favorite trick is sit, if she is sitting on something such as a chair, wall, or up on something high, she will stay there for hours. You Tube: Search Zena NoStressMike for videos on Zena
Zena knows well over 60 voice (English and Spanish), hand signals, and instinctive commands, along with leash trained, social manners, and she has an easy going personality. What to look for in a good dog.
The components that make her a great traveling buddy; she does not bark, the ability to sit anywhere for long periods, she can read me like a book (when I get scared, she gets mean) and goes to the bathroom where I tell her, on command and holds it.
Guatemala, Central America
Zena is enjoying my new venture, developing rocket stove accessories (June 2012)
We tour Central and North America while running a pain clinic in the mountains of Guatemala. We would help everyone, not only the locals, but also world travelers, rich and poor. Pay could be anything, money, food, lodging, or anything of worth. And when you are down here you would be surprised what has value. Hot Spot Ready List – Page
Zena has literally saved my life on more then one occasion. She looks so well trained, when armed bandits, authorities, or the military would stop me, they stay away, laugh and tell me to go ahead. She watches me closely, if someone tries to hurt me, she will bit. Zena escorts me in a car, truck, or on a leash, anytime any place. She has ridden more then 60,000 miles on the motorcycle, on and off road. One time we had to go up a flight of stairs (more then 10 feet high) to escape a dangerous situation. Stories of Adventure – Page
The motorcycle is loaded on the front of the boat in Punta Gorda Belize, and Zena waits for me to load up. This was when we were recovering from heat exhaustion from the ride across the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. One little guy and I loaded my motorcycle using a 2 X 12 board, that was scary, the boat would go up and down in the water as we were loading.
Zena has fallen off once. I went to a movie for two hours, she sat on the motorcycle for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Then she fell asleep and fell off, nothing hurt, but her pride.
We go on trips, one was up to Mexico, across the Yucatan Peninsula to Cancun, Belize, took a boat back to Puerta Barrios, Guatemala, over 2,000 miles and 10 days. There is a good reason why people (I only know 2) that drive to Cancun, only do it once. That was the toughest ride we have ever been on. Both Zena and I were push to our max (we both were consumed by the heat), I though it was the end for both of us. The jungle was thick and hot, as we traveled you may see a car in 15-30 minutes, in which if you stop to help someone, you will get robbed.
I pass out in a hotel room for 2 days, when I woke up Zena was waiting for me. I am lucky she didn’t eat me alive in my sleep. Hot Spot Ready List – Page
We weight 925 plus pounds fully loaded, with that much weight the bike has been substantially modified to handle various road conditions. Depending on where I am, I will carry as much as 5 gallons of water (I never let it get below 2).
The second longest trip to date, was returning to the United States, It took 12 days, but we stopped in New Orleans for 2 days, to rest and I volunteered my services to the volunteers of the Common Ground Collective (Common Ground’s mission is to provide short term relief for victims of hurricane disasters in the gulf coast region, and long term support in rebuilding the communities affected in the New Orleans area).
“Thank you Mike!!! The first monument you and Zena rolled into St. Mary’s volunteer housing you put smiles on everyone’s faces. Thank you for the positive energy and smiling face. Take Care. Keep Fighting the Good Fight, Jan.”
“Thank you for your care and energy – it’s wonderful to have you work in our community – Snia.” April 2006
If you would like to help or want more information go to; www.commongroundrelief.org/
That trip was 3,300 miles, we would drive 1 to 2 hours, then stop for 10 to 15 minutes to play Frisbee and have some fun. We drove all of the daylight hours, staying in hotels.
Maximum speed is 55 mph, faster then that, Zena’s goggles would blow off and her ears start flapping & get sun burned. The wind feels great but in the times when it gets a little chilly it’s a good idea to bring an extra layer or two such as a jacket. Besides that it is hard to wave at everybody going by, when you going to fast.
Here are some pics I took the other day on Interstate 10 …Eastbound, near Lafayette , La. Could you explain the sign and what it means? Dolor, Stress, Mobile Unit? Hoy Chi, etc?Also, what size bike is that you are putting around…I remember that day the wind was working on you and your dog…What is his name and how long has he been riding…?
Just curious, Bro…What’s the deal? Thanks MW
Dolor means pain, in Spanish, Stress is muscle stress, Mobile Unit is my motor cycle, and Hoy Chi is my work. We ride a 2003 Kawasaki 650 Multipurpose single cylinder (street legal, on/off road) which has been modified to carry a heavy load.
We emailed back and forth, and I spent time with Mike when I toured the southeast part of the states. Now I consider him a close friend.
Zena and I (Jasonette and Jason) went to a Halloween Pet Parade, and Zena won the Scariest costume prize of a lot of doggie treats. The kids got scared and the adults laughed.
People ask “Why do you and Zena travel?” I enjoy making people feel good, and Zena enjoys making me feel good. We normally travel where I feel we can bring the most joy, inspiration, and/or help out after natural disasters. But realistically, every place we go, everyone gets delight from the site of Zena on the motorcycle. I do work as we travel (Hoy Chi), which pays our expenses. And when we help the volunteers working at disasters (hurricanes, floods, mudslides, tornadoes, and others), it is even more rewarding, I feel I am doing my share to help those that need help now. I believe you can get on a circuit and travel to different location helping after disaster as a volunteer. Because at the big disasters I have been at they would chopper us to other locations that needed my assistance.
Zena and I would go play at the river, at the edge of the water I would throw a rock in and she would look, sniff, and stick her head under the water (as much as 18 inches deep) and grab a rock and bring it back to me as if the was the same rock.
We would be going down the river in a boat and she would be at the very front with her head stuck out to keep the water from splashing in her face. I would tell her to get out and she would look at me as if she didn’t understand, so I would have to repeat, then she would jump. I had her swim to the shore and run to get her exercise.
No one hurts or takes Zena. I know I am going to get a ticket when the policeman says, “It is dangerous to have a dog riding on a motor cycle”.
I am always nice and polite to everyone, but I do take it offensive and I get a little nasty when anyone suggests that I put Zena in danger in any way, so I opened up on the policeman. I told him, “I not going to take that crap from you. You as the police will send your dog into a dangerous place, knowing there is someone in there and they will hurt your police dog with a knife or gun. Then you will charge him with killing a police officer. On the other hand I will take a bullet or get cut before I will allow any body to hurt my dog., Zena You do what you have and I will do what I have to, but no one hurts Zena.” Zena has save my life on more then one occasion, the bonding we have for each other is uncompromising.
I drive a little fast and maybe a little reckless, but when someone or Zena is with me I know I am responsible for someone else’s life and I drive much safer. An example is we have been on the road for more then 60,000 miles and I have never had a wreck with her on the bike.
In 2006 I went riding off road in the mountains (the first time in my life) and wreaked my bike. I broke 6 ribs, my arm, and my back, but I did not take Zena, I was not going to put her in needless danger. Even my recovery was faster because Zena still needed to be feed and go for walks.
Zena likes to make new friends.
In Central America, if I park by a central park, market, or a busy area, within 15 minutes, there could be 20 or more people standing around looking at Zena. At first it terrified me to see all the people, I don’t speak Spanish, and so I didn’t know what they wanted. Zena, always gets all the attention, and that is not always good. I try to stay away from funerals, protest, weddings, and hate gatherings. What is funny, it is not always easy to know what is going on, good or bad, but I normally do not stay to long anyway.
We go to a Christian School in Central America, where they use Zena as an example to help explain God. In Zena’s world I am God, I care for all her needs and protect her, and all I ask for in return is her allegiance to me and only me. I think, it is in Spanish and don’t speak Spanish.
With all of the excitement, sometimes getting out can be an adventure.
We have been stopped numerous times by the police, once I was ticketed, in Topeka, Kansas. My favorite was Zena did not have a license. I told the officer “I was doing the driving”, isn’t that funny? That made the forth violation. I went to court, and all charges were dismissed. Most of the time we have a lot of fun, and people email me the pictures they took of us. Stories of Adventure – Page
Looking at the pictures are funny, but I wish you could see the peoples’ faces of surprise and excitement when they see us going down the road, that brings the child out of everyone. We enjoy our work, and that is making people feel good.
We ride when the temperature is above 55 degrees; it gets cold for Zena at 50 miles an hour.
* We saw you riding in Kansas City and slowed down so you could pass us and we could snap a picture. We visited your website and loved the stories of you and Zena. We are traveling across the country and blogging our experiences. eindeutschesleben.blogspot.com/ Thought you might like to have the picture we took!
Best to you!
Stories of Adventure – Page
After disasters and hurricanes, we would volunteer to make the peoples’ lives a little more pleasurable. It is funny how a dog riding a motorcycle makes everybody feel happier, instantly. Some of the comments from hurricanes, floods, and other disasters we work at: “You are a blessing to us. God Bless.” Manuel, Living Water Teaching – “Working as a volunteer in Guatemala, Thanks a lot for your energy!!” Marye, from the Netherlands.
We work well after disasters, it is funny, what we do is so different, trying to find a classification for us is impossible. The work I do is make people feel better, take away pain (physical & emotional), during difficult times, either by my work or the site of Zena on the motorcycle. The Red Cross and other like minded organizations do not understand the benefits of what we do, and I tried to get Zena certified as a therapy dog. But they want a dog that everyone can pet to calm them and make people feel at peace. They don’t see how a dog on a motorcycle can inspire and give hope when disarray is everywhere you look.
We have been to some Tea Party gatherings, but I don’t know what she has to complain about. Zena gets everything she needs, as long as she does what I tell her.
One really neat thing about Zena is she does not need a door or gate to lock her up. A room or pen does not need to be closed to keep her in. she will stay in her pen until I call or give her hand signals, then she will come out.
The same thing when I have her sit on something (a bench, wall, tree stump, or whatever), she will stay there for hours. People will walk by and give her a funny look, some take pictures, and a few will try to take her away, so I have to watch her or ask a stranger to watch her.
One time I had her sitting on a concrete post with my bicycle leaning on it (she was suppose to be guarding it), in the middle of a large busy parking lot. I went into a store, when I came out. A lady in a van was trying to load up Zena. I yelled at her and she said she thought Zena was lost and was just going to help her. At that time Zena did not understand English, just Spanish and hand signals. Now she understands English and a little Chinese.
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USA Tour 1st Part; Southeastern trip April 2008, I was going to tour the Southeastern United States, Oklahoma City, Houston, New Orleans, Florida Keys, Washington DC, and back would be the first leg. If things went well there would be more. I would be on the road one to two months at a time.
We are back home, the trip was stopped short because of a ticket I got in Miami, Florida. Apparently it is illegal to ride a motorcycle with a dog in you lap, in the state of Florida, it impairs your ability to drive. May 5, 2008; I was ticketed for having Zena in front of me. I do not believe he took in consideration that we have put on more the 45,000 miles in six years in some of the most hostile road conditions in the world. More details Stories of Adventure – Page
I performed demonstrations and discussions at all the engagements and seminars along the way. Everyone showed enthusiasm, amusement, and fascination during all of my presentations. Hoy Chi for Health – Page
* My husband took this picture on NW Expressway on April 15th, 2008.
What smiles on both faces! If you ever come back this way again please contact us, we would love to see you again. We have friends in Lakeland, Florida and they are planning a trip to the Keys in October. If you get near Lakeland they would love to see you. They are motorcycle and dog lovers!!! Just send us an email and we will email you there number. Take care out there. Becky
* My friend and I are out of Tinker AFB and all we could think was “Now I have seen Everything!” Thanks for the good laugh. It is now the background on many computers in my shop. We are currently working on photo shopping this picture to bring more humor around. Morale sure has gone up at work because of you. Thanks a ton.
A1C Brandon, 34 CCS / Tinker AFB, OK
* I will say that seeing you and Zena that day on the hwy made our life a little happier. We truly enjoyed seeing and waving at you. Thanks, keep spreading the happiness. Stacy.
It brought tears to my eyes to make the decision to leave Florida when my goal was to go Key West from Oklahoma. It has been over two weeks to get this far. The drive has been much harder then anticipated. We drive at 55 mph, with a break every hour and with the winds & sun it has been tough. The police tried to take Zena, but luckily Patricia (a new friend I made) was there to take her, otherwise animal control would take custody. I am scared if they stop me in Florida again they will take her for good, Zena has saved my life more then once.
* Hello Mike,
I am a professional photographer in Dallas, TX who took this picture of you in 2008. I can’t recall if I ever sent it to you before. I have many others this one is the best. I posted this picture on my facebook today and one of my friends asked to use it in her motorcycle magazine. I said sure. Plus it’s free advertising for you too and I see you’re coming to this region again this spring. Glad to see your still on tour dude. SCOTTMANKOFF.COM
If you see us stopped somewhere feel free to come and talk. I have found traveling in the United States, if I try to talk to people, I scare them off (I am not stuck up). I don’t speak Spanish to good , but when I would stop for directions (in Central America), we all would have fun trying to communicate. Here people would rather look then talk, next time I go on a trip I will be using a GPS. Getting lost here in the States is not as much fun.
* Good Afternoon! I just got off your website and wanted to forward you the picture I took of you yesterday on IH-10.You were just outside of Vidor, Tx on Interstate 10E. We were in the white pickup with Servpro on the side. Your picture has been forwarded around the office as we thought you looked to be doing something one of bosses would do when he retired. He is an avid rider and loves to get out on the open road. I loved the glasses on your dog! I can never get mine to keep her on. Hope you enjoy your ride and stay safe. Richard
Sometimes people would stop me, we talk, they would ask where I was heading, if I was going the right way, they would ask me to stop and see a friend or relative. They would call them to say a guy on a motor cycle was coming bye to visit, they wouldn’t tell them about Zena. It was like a joke when we pulled up to their house or work. People would laugh and take pictures, sometimes I would stay a few minutes and sometimes I spent the night. I think that was the most fun, because when we were welcomed, we had fun, but when you first see us most are in shock scared to visit.
* Great picture. I took this on I-10 near Jennings,LA mile-marker 54. Have a good trip and you have a great dog.
Zena is not a novelty, like some would like to think, she is a work dog. Her responsibilities are numerous and important. Zena’s looks non-threaten, relaxed, and at peace, as she sits on the motorcycle. As a result, people that work hard, have responsibilities, or are decent all-round human beings, find the site of Zena somewhat encouraging and/or entertaining, even therapeutic.
On the other hand, I call people with a dark side (bandits, muggers, and people that would wish bad on me), find her funny looking, amusing, and in some cases, down right scary (because when I feel threatened, she shows her teeth, barks, and she will bit). I have found myself among sleazy people, on a bad stretch of road, dead ends, riots, parking lots, or even pulling up to situations where I thought a little calmness may be favorable (with the gratitude of many). So I can say with reasonable assurance, that Zena has literally save the lives of myself and others, on more then on occasions. Hot Spot Tactics – Page and Who is No Stress Mike – Page
* This is a picture we took of you and Zena while on I 10 in Alabama, just west of the Florida line on April 25th 2008. Good luck in your adventures! Sean, Tambra, Julie, & Phil
* I stopped to visit some of my relation, they could not believe how I would talk to everyone that wanted to talk, but I know Zena is a curiosity and it is a special moment when they see her. I am proud and happy to be a citizen of the United States, and I try to exercise as many of my freedoms I can.
* I-95 just outside of Port St Lucie, Florida. Boatmam.
* This picture was taken after I got the ticket in Miami and I decided to get out of Florida before I was ticketed again. The police threatened to take Zena. Stories of Adventure – Page
From the court/Mr. Mah: The case went to court on June 18, 2008. The judge withheld adjudication, no points and your driving record and assessed a fine of $ 156.00 or twenty dollars over the amount of the bond you have posted. This fine was due on July 18, 2008 and it now includes a late fee of $ 12.00 for a total of $ 37.50. You can go online and pay the fine due.
Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts
The way I understand, it is not on my record, so they can give me another ticket in the future. I paid thinking of it as extortion, but it did make me feel like an undesirable. But I think this is just another way to generate more money, people will still visit Miami even though the police act like jerks.
I’m afraid without public support, my trips in the United States will have to be limited. It is hard for me to understand how Zena makes people feel so good (over 60,000 miles) and be illegal. What we do is difficult and costly to say it mildly, I have always tried to get the most out of life and give more then I take.
* Hello Mike!
My name is Jill and here are the pictures that my brother took of you and your furry friend in Tampa, Florida yesterday afternoon from our car. It was very entertaining to see a dog on a motorcycle just chilling and hanging out. It looked as if he has been riding for a loooong time! Well, enjoy the pictures and maybe we will catch you on the road again in the future! Have a great afternoon! Jill
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* Hi Mike, it was a real treat to see you on the road with Zena and hope you like the picture. We were just outside of Port ST Lucie, FL on 95 north when we saw you. Hope you have a great trip and let me know if you decide to post this. Thanks again, Steve Florida Trip, April 2008
* Where do we sleep? We never camp out, I am scared that Zena or I will get bite by something and we may get sick. We stay in hotels, mostly Motel 6 (they take pets) in the States, or when we stay at someone house, I repay their hospitality by doing Hoy Chi on everyone there. When we are outside the states we stay in hotels only, so I need to make enough money to pay for gas, repairs, food, and hotel expenses.
- The bandits took turn getting their picture taken with Zena, no money change hands. LOL
* Here is a picture we took of you when you were passing through Tallahassee, FL. It gave my husband and I such joy to see you and your dog riding along, especially both with glasses on! ~ Christina ~
* You would not believe how hard it is to travel with a dog, at the Econo Lodge in Pensacola, Florida, I was charged $50 extra for Zena (a $64,99 room, total $131.44 for one night, most of the time it is $5-$10). In a motel or someone else’s house, she stays by the door tell morning, she is always waiting to go outside to play. Traveling, you always have to have your dog on a leash, from sitting on the motorcycle to a leash is not fun, that is why we like to go off road, or at someone’s house to play (normally people are happy to let Zena run on their property).
* I was on my way to Texas with my Mom who lives in New Orleans , when I saw you and your dog! That was definitely a big highlight of my trip. I have never seen anything like it. Anyways I’m from Tampa , Fl. Good Luck!Chris
* Why do I wear so much clothes on and a mask? Clothes are for protection from the sun, weather, rocks, and road debris. The mask is protection from bugs and Zena’s drooling, besides that Zena is the star on the motorcycle, nobody cares about the driver.
* My boyfriend and I loved seeing you both on the road. As someone who worked as a nurse and an avid animal lover, I could tell that Zena was perfectly safe and not causing any problems. We know our animals and their reactions, right? This was my first trip to Florida in 8 years and my boyfriend’s first trip ever. He is sharing your picture with all of his family in Italy. You’re internationally famous! Good luck and thanks for the smiles. Leslie – Our New Phone Number (918) 876
* One time we were pulling into a restaurant to eat and I seen a black couple outside, the woman had her back to us and I could see she was unhappy. Her head was bobbing and she had her finger in the air and she was shaking hard. The man was not looking her in the eyes as she was giving him hell, but looking over her shoulder at us. She stopped giving him hell and turned around to see what was more important than listening to her.
They both stood there with astonishment and big grins on their faces. I left Zena sitting on the motorcycle and went in to eat while others would stop and take pictures. Inside, people ask me a lot of questions just like they do when I stop for gas.
Before we stop anywhere, Zena and I stop and play. This way she is tired and happy to rest while sitting on the motorcycle.
* As promised here are the pictures my wife and I took of you on I-75 south of Gainesville Fl. Bad luck with the cops in Florida. I guess they do not have enough dope pushers to catch. Good luck with your adventures and enjoy the no stress factor. Joe
* Here are a couple of pictures I snapped of you on I-10 in Katy this afternoon. Thanks for brightening our day! Katie, Katy, TX
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* I want to thank everyone for all the pictures and the support we have received. Thanks to everyone that has wished us well on our journey (dozens daily), the hundreds of people that took pictures, and all that used their time to stop and say, “The sight of Zena has made my day”. All of that made me feel it was worth driving Zena 5,000 miles in a month. We have made a whole lot of new friends. The days we were on the road, Zena would have her picture taken 30-50 times a day. Cars would pass slow down or pull over and wait for us to pass to take pictures or just get another look.
* Just to name a few that deserve a special thanks; Mike and Trace, Sandi and Bud, Christi and Roy, Robert, Cousin Pam, Aunt Norma, Cousin Terri and Adrian, Peter and Missy, and Patricia (the one that saved Zena from the law).
Northern Trip Zena and I took was Topeka, Kansas, – Rock Island, Illinois – Minneapolis, Minnesota – Great Lakes. 2 weeks in August 2008
Because of the ticket I have changed the way we travel in the states, shorter, with friends and family on the way in way in case of legal problems. On our way north I hoped to help the volunteers that were helping out on the Iowa flooding, but I guess they are use to flooding, because there was little I could do. The weather was good, so it turned out to be a nice ride.
* Enjoyed seeing you in downtown Minneapolis. I trust you and your dog are enjoying traveling around the states on your motorcycle. Enjoy and be safe. David
Another strange observation from our trip north, in the two weeks on the road, Zena had her picture taken less then 12 times, compared to 30-50 times per day on our southern trip. The people in the north were hard to get to talk to, but once they would talk to me, they were very hospitable. The south had more traffic and the people were much more joyful and friendly. Other than Florida, the laws were much more relaxed. I was expecting to be out for a month, but the fear of the law and no friends in the northern area made me reconsider.
* Mike, I met you in Minnesota near 694 and gave you directions to Blaine, MN. May you find the wind at your back, and the sails over your life lifting you up. Find peace, joy, and understanding in all your ways and journeys.It was a joy to meet you and your dog, Zena, Blessings! Dori
* Mike, love your Web site. This pic was taken 8/6/08 in Minneapolis. Be well, feel free to call if you are in need, Tim.
As I think of it, in the United States there are professional storm chasers that make big money on Natural Disasters. I volunteer my services to the Volunteers, but I have not seen any volunteers at the disasters in the States. First, people are kept out of their homes, then the Professionals come in. If you are lucky, they let you in our own house for a few items.
In the Third World Countries, they depend on massive amounts of outside resources to save lives and property. I guess that is why they get help so fast. Volunteers respond fast, but professional do faster work once they know who is going to pay.
We came back from a ride where we got rained on. It was a tropic down pour. I got wetter then Zena, she just laid back on me as we were going down the road. She wasn’t real happy. All wrapped up, she could even shake the water off, and it was even running down her nose.
All of our travels have come to a stop for now. Thank you for all the happy faces we have seen in our years of travel and over 60,000 miles of incredible journeys, I Thank You for the opportunity to brighten your day and put a smile on your face.
For all of those that gave us extra attention, a place to rest our weary souls, feed us, and gave us shelter; I would like you to know you represent the good humanity has to offer. Thanks again for all you have done for us, but then again, Zena always brings out the best in everyone.
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Even with all the hardships I have been forced to bear, Zena has been there for me. She sets, sometimes waits hours, just to get my attention. I had to keep her separated from my wife, you can tell the displeasure they had for one another, but my wife understood the importance Zena had in my life. Zena is a one person dog; the only one she will listen to me.
If you are close to your dog you can understand the jealously and pressure the family sometimes expresses if you spend too much time with the dog.
The pictures are nice but if you get a chance to see Zena in person on the motorcycle, the sight will put a smile on your face every time you think of her. I do believe God gave Zena to me to share with the world and to protect me from the unknown evils which I have to deal with regularly, and I thank Him regularly.
Zena has officially retired, she is now on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma watching the cattle eat grass. Zena is in great physical shape and has a good appetite, the only problem she has is she can not hear and she sees little. Hearing is a must in the lifestyle I live, so her traveling days are over. Zena has smelled smells many other dogs can not imagine. I miss her companionship, even now people ask about her as I travel. Zena has impress many. Whenever I’m in the US in the evenings we would lay together and enjoy each others company. Mike
Update January 22, 2016; Zena is sick with a bone cancer and is not expected to live much longer
Zena, was laid to rest at 15 years old, Wednesday February 3, 2016 in the afternoon. God Bless, Zena, a loyal companion that meant a lot to many. Let her rest in peace. Thank you Lord for her companionship. Mike
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