Casey, or “Little Man,” was a permanent foster loved and cared for Vincent and Karen Errichetti. Adopted when he was 14 years old, Casey had been turned in to a veterinarian to be euthanized after his owner died. The veterinary clinic’s receptionist contacted North Atlantic Westie Rescue, and he was briefly fostered by the St. Pierre family in Long Island, New York. After a ferry ride, he met his new mom Karen and began a new life with his two Westie brothers Wyatt (NAWR alum who has since passed away) and Kirby (NAWR alum). Casey’s favorite things to do were to pee on one particular corner in his house (oh no!), get belly rubs, sleep on the floor next to his dad, and walks at night. He survived pancreatitis in December 2014, only to succumb to congestive heart failure a month later. Casey passed away peacefully at Suncook River Veterinary Clinic, held by his parents. He passed away in January 2014 at the ripe old age of 16 (almost 17). Little Man is very much missed by his family. He represents everything about what a senior dog has left to contribute when they find themselves homeless at such an advanced age.