Senator Robert Byrd's dog, Trouble, finds new home
The Senate has not only lost Sen. Robert Byrd but also his beloved dog, Trouble, a regular in his office. Byrd's spokesman told our colleague Rachel Saslow that the Shih Tzu, 8, misses her master, the lap she cherished and especially "the little treats he used to sneak her."
But fear not: Trouble is moving to the Virginia home of Byrd's daughter, Mona Fatemi, her husband, Mohammad, and their two four-legged playmates: Sally, a mix breed, and Danny, a Maltese. Byrd was the Senate's most unabashed dog lover; his family has asked for contributions for the Humane Society instead of flowers.
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