Thursday Morning, November 1, 2018
As you know, we have three young females who came into rescue recently. Ariel, Amelia, and Tosca.
Since my last writing, we have added three more. (YES THREE MORE).
Meet Lougi. He is 2 years old and came to us from the Irving TX. Shelter, yesterday, complete with heartworms. He’s now at the Colleyville Animal Hospital and will need the works.
Later today, we are picking up a pair of brothers, 8 years old whose original owner died.
So we have some matching challenges to raise funds to vet these three newest Bichons and the three girls from yesterday’s newsletter.
That’s six who need us now.
First, from my sister friend from before Small Paws was even born, Barbe Von Netzer at email@example.com, we have this generous matching challenge for $1000.00! Thank you Barbe and I hope someone is blessed enough to match you and Randy!
<Rob..in honor of my sweet Bichons Annie and Mattie Mae and Gracey (who crossed the rainbow bridge this year along with her litter mate, Bailey) I would like to issue a matching challenge of $1000.00. Please friends, any amount you can donate towards this is greatly appreciated! Bless you Robin for all you do. Love, Barbe>
Next, from Dawn Bove at firstname.lastname@example.org, we have this wonderful matching challenge for $500.00. Thank you Dawn so much. Is there anyone who can match Dawn?
>Good Morning Robin: Looks like we need to get these poor baby girls fixed up and into their forever loving homes as soon as possible.
I would like to make a challenge for $500.00.
Please someone match me soon!!
As always sent with love, Dawn>
And from Marge Gottesman at email@example.com, one of our charter members from back on the old AOL Bichon Brigade Board, we have this challenge for $100.00. Thank you Marge! Happy Gotcha Day to Miss Abby!
>Hi Robin, in a few days it will be 3 years since Small Paws Abby came into my life. She was a “griever puppy” who I adopted shortly after losing my bichon of 16 years. Abby’s mother, who said she was part bichon and you believed her, was rescued barefoot and pregnant, along with her male companion by Small Paws. Abby might not be a bichon, but she is a Small Pawser, and the sweetest, most loving, gentle dog I have ever known. Attached is her picture modeling her favorite leopard coat. Please issue a $100 challenge in recognition of Abby’s gotcha day. Thanks! Marge Gottesman>
We do need help. All My Love, Robin
Good Morning on this last morning of October, 2018.
We have just rescued three new female Bichons. Vetting costs are going to run around $1000.00-$1200.00 for each of them, if they don’t have any other serious medical issues and if they don’t need to see a specialist. That includes a 30% rescue discount. This includes 10 days of quarantine to protect our foster home’s personal dogs from contagious shelter diseases, spay or neuter. dentals if needed and 99% of the time they are needed, extractions, heartworm tests, fecal tests, removal of lumps and bumps and we do send those to pathology, vaccinations, deworming, flea and tick preventative, etc.
Many times these homeless Bichons come in from shelters with upper respiratory infections, ear infections, eye infections, etc.
We do everything we can to get them well and adoptable.
Now there are three more. We can’t approve any more until we raise funds for these three.
Meet three year old “Ariel” who came from a shelter in Chicago. She looks great, right?
Look again. Something has happened to her shoulder.
And another three year old female that the shelter named “Amelia”. She looks good too, right?
You see, they named her Amelia because they wanted her to have a pretty name because she came in looking like this. At three years old, she needs a dental. It looks as if she was born and no one ever did another thing for her. I don’t know how she even survived.
Then we got a young female in from a South Texas Shelter. Meet “Tosca”. She needs the works. (That’s just what we all need. More cute UNSPAYED females out there in the world. NOT.)
Tosca won’t be having any babies after her spay.
So we need to raise about $3,200.00 for these newest little girls.
They don’t know why they were in a shelter, with a gash in a shoulder, or mats so bad that her white fur had turned dark brown.
All they know is that they are in need of vet care and they are depending on us to do it.
I’m here and will issue any matching donation challenges that come in. As October goes.
All My Love, Robin
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See Vet Bills Paid by Small Paws Rescue for October, 2018 coming to $14,994.68 which is an average of $499.82 per day.
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