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2020 Stay Homecoming: FUR-ever Alumni Pet Contest
From Mark Lambert '95:
Fiona loves her new E&H mask and she’s being socially responsible by wearing it when she’s out in public!
From Nancy Johnson '80:
Lincoln is a sweet, sweet boy with periods of manic adolescent boy dog exuberance.
From Sherry Case '96:
Lucy is our rescue hound.
From Jade Ritterbush '17:
Vienna(like the sausages) has been coming to campus since she was a an even tinier dachshund puppy. She enjoys the company of Delta Rho… and really any Emory alum willing to give her cheese. She looks forward to next HoCo when she can say hi to her friends, the ducks, again.
From Steven '99 and Amber '03 Wiley:
The first day Wasper was a part of our family he tailgated and attended a Wasp football game.
From Laura Craven Duncan '84:
Hopper visits me routinely, posing on plants and handrails, and now he has started peering in the window. He even hopped in the elevator with my husband and son recently. So we think he might nearly be a pet now!
From Claudia Frost '23:
Millie loves to take walks around campus…favorite treat…baby carrots…favorite colors… blue & gold…Go Wasps!!
From Stephanie Taylor '16:
Henry is named after E&H and he loves to model his Emory gear!
Lee Welsford '76:
Lily is a beagle mix rescued from Kentucky; she’s almost 8 years old and will fetch her ball all day long!
From Emily Irving '94:
Copper has his Wasp spirit!!!
Isabella McCall '21:
Residing in Meadowview, VA, Birt used to be found dragging her mom around the E&H campus to catch all the awesome smells, but now she stays at home (as she should) and dreams of a day when she can once again walk around campus - safely!
From Beverly Sheddan '84:
Beamer is Emory Born and Emory Bred!
From Kay "Huck" Moore, '74:
Even though recovering from knee replacement surgery, Jaxs is the best patient, best protector, and most loving furry best friend I could ever have.
From Betsy Hulcher '68:
Ellie Beth is Game Ready to Cheer with a Beer! WOOF!!
From Ed Boye '67:
Abbie is a rescue. She rescued us. As I sat on the floor of the rescue center she raced in and immediately crawled into my lap on her back and presented her belly for me to rub. I was toast. By the way she says the blue here is not North Carolina blue as they say, but actually Emory and Henry blue!! Go Wasps!
From Stephanie Edwards '16:
This is Ghost! He loves long walkies, treats, and demanding pets. Most of all, Ghost loves cheering for E&H, but it usually just sounds like oOooOooOOo. It’s the thought that counts, right?
From Joy Edwards '18:
Lyla enjoys adventuring in her backyard and sleeping
From Joy Edwards '18:
Lady enjoys exploring and eating.
From Katie Yount '11:
Millie is our 2 year old German Shorthaired Pointer and she loves E&H with just as much enjoy and passion as the rest of her family does!
From Rebecca Smith DeBusk '83:
Lucy is our pandemic puppy that has brought a lot of joy to us!
From Cyndi Jennings '91:
LouLou loves treats, giving kisses and of course, E&H!
From Sydney Norwood '18:
Riley Anne...Showing off her E&H spirit!!
From Betty Rosenbaum Jessee '96:
Mosby was celebrating Homecoming 2011! 🐝
From Sara Jones Kegley '83:
Henry enjoys curling up in his Mom’s 1980 nightgown first used her sophomore year at EHC in 4th Apt MaWa.
From Anna Mishoe '20:
Moose loves fall and repping E&H!
From Mollie Rorrer Gore '84:
Sadie loves Starbucks, tennis balls, brand new toothbrushes, and E&H Spirit!
From Suehonor Hamby Connor '85:
Pity Kitty says, "Go, Waspers!"
From Patsy Townsend Hosner '79:
Elvis is a little shih tzu with a big personality - and he loves his 'wasp.'
From Rene Glass '94:
Indie is a 6 month old blue merle who’s full of energy and excited to meet new people!
From Brent Treash ’01:
We all tail wag and tailgate in our own special way - peanut butter is Copper's favorite E&H Homecoming treat!
(Not in the running for a prize!) From Bonny’s Roommate, Monica Hoel, ’85:
Bonny has been blessed by lots of love from members of the Emory & Henry family. And her gratitude allows her to rest easy.
From Cindy Barker Blevins ’84:
Hello, my name is Peach, I’m originally from Georgia, now I live in Virginia. I speak two languages, Australian Shephard (bark) and Walker Coonhound (howl). I’m very sneaky, no one knows which dog I am! My hobbies are chasing squirrels, walking on my two back feet and eating the decals off the license plate of everyone who visits my house in Floyd! Oh...and I hate my mask -- it fogs up my sunglasses.
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