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December 14, 2011 ~ June 5, 2023 (age 11) 11 Years Old
A very good girl left this world on June 5, 2023. Luna Wilt (also known as Punkzilla, Pups and Pickles) was a beloved pup who brought her family much joy and comfort. She was taken too soon by an autoimmune disease that she bravely fought. Luna was born on December 14, 2011, and her family loved to celebrate the day.
Her greatest pleasures in life were unwrapping the many gifts her family showered her with, playing with stuffed toys (especially her giant stuffed dragon), running around and around in the yard, playing catch with Grampy, eating snow, and giving kisses. She also loved sleepovers at Aunt Michelle’s house. Her favorite treats were Milk Bone biscuits, chicken, and an occasional burger from McDonalds.
She also had many things she disliked including most people, other dogs, cats, the UPS truck, thunder, and fireworks. Some of Mama’s friends even lovingly called her “Lunatic” because of her sometimes-maniacal nature.
Luna is survived by her Mama, Deana Wilt, and her Grampy, Tom Wilt. She was proceeded in death by her Grammy, Doreen Wilt.
Luna was a special friend, providing love and support for her loved ones during difficult times including illnesses, a house fire that displaced the family, and the passing of Grammy. Through thick and thin, Luna’s Mama loved her with all her heart, and though the pain she feels without her is great, it in no way would compare to having never had her in her life.
At the wishes of Luna’s family, give your dog an extra hug, belly rub, and treat. And if you have the means, please consider donating to the Go Fund Me for Luna’s Mom. Fighting the disease that took Luna was very costly and any help is greatly appreciated. Go Fund Me Link: https://gofund.me/b08b8299
In Roman mythology, Luna was the goddess of the moon, often shown driving a white chariot across the sky—clearly a brave and independent spirit. Fly high sweet Luna, fly high.