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Black Betty "Cooties" Davis
August 20, 2010 ~ October 9, 2023 (age 13) 13 Years Old
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Black Betty Davis, of Mount Vernon, by way of Seguin, crossed over the rainbow bridge on Monday, October 9, 2023, at the approximate age of 15. She was a pure-blooded Boston Terrier, with papers, that was rescued and adopted in Seguin, TX on August 20, 2011.
Betty a.k.a., Cooties, is preceded in death by her grandfather, Curtis J. Cooper, her nana, Maria Aguilar, canine siblings, Dixie Cooper, Coco “Littles” Aguilar, Spike Boudreaux Aguilar and Ponche Aguilar.
Survivors include her owners, Chris and Tiffany Aguilar, T. Kamille Serrano, canine sibling, Rosie Lee Aguilar, feline siblings, Cairo Rae, Johnny Rascals, Priscilla Presley, and Indie Aguilar, God sister, Peaches Duncan, as well as her cousins, Gavin Luna, Yesenia Macias, and Johanna Castro.
Cooties was a true Boston Terrier, through and through. Full of sass, she never once in her life obeyed any commands. However, she did learn to ride a scooter, had an extensive wardrobe, and accepted all cuddles. She had a snore that could wake the dead, snorted like a pig, and could be heard making, “pig noises,” at any given time.
It’s rumored that she once killed a chicken on Southwind Loop in Seguin, Texas. However, she was forgiven, and all charges were dismissed. She was known to have a judgmental side eye and hated any dogs that smelled her or looked at her for too long. At times her temper would run high, and she could find herself in a tussle or two with other dogs, cats and even roosters.
Cooties could dismantle a tennis ball faster than you could blink, adored taking naps in soft, furry blankets and enjoyed canned cat food.
Betty lived an excellent life, full of adventures and most of all, love, and adoration. Cooties will be missed more than she will ever know.
A Private Burial was held on Monday, October 9, 2023, at the Little Paw Memorial Cemetery in Mount Vernon, Texas.
Memorial Contributions may be made to PAWS of Franklin County.
Betty’s family would like to thank the kind staff at the Bright Star Veterinary Clinic in Sulphur Springs, and her caregivers, Yesenia Macias, and Johanna Castro.