Death note hetai artist kira dies at age of 70

Posted February 12, 2018 12:11:51Kira Death Note author Kimi Kirisaid in her obituary for the death of her beloved dog on December 21, 2018.

The author of the novel The High Note died on February 12 at the age of 69.

She was the author of The Dog Whisperer, The High Notes, and the Death Note series.

Kira’s dog, who had a long history of illness, died on December 6 after suffering from kidney failure.

Kirisad was said to have had a deep relationship with her dog and had a strong belief in the importance of animal companionship.

In the obit, she said, “Kira was the dog whisperer of my life.

She always had the best stories, her books and her dog.

I’m deeply grateful for her love and affection for all animals.”

She was also the author and editor of the award-winning books The Dog Dancer, The Dog and the Puppy and the Dog Whisper.

In her obits, she wrote, “She was a fierce writer, a visionary, a true friend and a lover of animals.

She is survived by her loving husband and three daughters.”

Her obit said that her dogs were named after her favorite characters from her novels, including the Dog Dancers, The Puppy Dogs and The High notes.

She also loved dogs, which she called “my best friend.”

She lived in Canada until she was in her late 80s, when she moved to the United States.

She had a son, Kimi, who was also a dog whisper.