Jasmine was Handy‘s companion for a few years. Jasmine, unlike Handy, was an avid hunter. So avid that she was off hunting away from the pack when she got caught in a trap. She was missing for 13 days in a cold snowy February and finally turned up in a nearby town with a ruined hind foot. After leg amputation, she was adopted.
She lived with a family with two little boys who were less than a year old when she arrived. She learned house training quickly and became friends with the longhaired barn cat who would wait at the house door for Jasmine to come out in the morning.
She tolerated the toddlers and never chewed on the trains, blocks or rubber duckies that were scattered everywhere. She quickly became friends with Handy and lived to a very old age. The master would feed her handfuls of shrimp at hunt brunches because he loved her too.