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boxboro, MA 01719
WOOFS & WAGS AT CSRNE's
10th Annual Joey Fund Benefit Auction
Holiday Inn, Boxborough, Massachusetts
Click here for the 2007 Auction Fund flyer
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (includes a boxed lunch)
SAVE THE DATE! SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2007
We knew this day would come, the day we would learn that Joey finally succumbed to the cancer he had for so long successfully beaten. Since his rescue in January 1997, Joey had some setbacks but he always bounced back, resumed eating everything in sight, and thoroughly enjoyed life with his devoted foster mom and canine buddies.
Joey was a survivor. We hoped that he was the cocker with nine lives and that he would live well into the new millennium. Now this most precious of cockers was gone, this dog who gave his name to CSRNE's Joey Fund.
Joey's legacy is simply wonderful. Close to 100 cockers with serious medical problems have been successfully treated and adopted since the Joey Fund was established in 1997. Treatments for kidney disease, bladder stones, heartworm disease, cataracts, and severe skin infections have been successfully performed. Tumors have been removed, broken bones have been set, ablations have eased chronic ear pain, and one cocker even had open-heart surgery.
Through these cockers, Joey's legacy lives on. And his spirit lives on in those who rescued, nurtured and loved him.
Help us save dogs like Dolly!
Dolly is an adorable girl who is only 5 years old and has a very, very sad story to tell. She was dearly loved by an elderly gentleman who had to be hospitalized due to a terminal illness. To make her situation worse, Dolly was diabetic and her owner did not realize it and therefore she was never treated and the lack of treatment caused her to loose her eye sight. Thanks to the intervention of the caretaker of Dolly’s owner, Dolly was turned in to CSRNE and brought to the veterinarian where she started to receive the care she needed for her diabetes which includes a special diet and insulin injections given twice daily. Dolly is already blind due to diabetic cataracts but once she is regulated, those cataracts can be removed and her sight can be restored! The estimated cost of this surgery is $2600. Once the cataracts are removed, they can never return and Dolly will see again!
LIVE & SILENT AUCTION OF OVER 300 DOG & NON-DOG ITEMS
RAFFLES, DOOR PRIZES & CONTESTS
PAMPERED PETS & PEOPLE BOULEVARD
Come experience the excitement of CSRNE’s biggest fundraising “EVENT” of the year! It’s an incredibly rewarding day as ANIMAL LOVERS and cocker fans UNITE for a great cause! All proceeds help replenish the “Joey Fund” – a special fund established to help cockers in need of medical care.
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