Don't Let Them Be The Forgotten Ones


Often times, we jump on board to donate to or share a fundraiser that has touched our hearts. Somewhere along the way though, it hits a plateau. Most of these go fund me/indiegogo/you caring, etc have a time limit on them. But the money seems to stop coming in after the first few weeks.

We all know the power of social media and even just mentions of things on your blog. I follow a lot of dogs on Instagram, mostly French Bulldogs (omg frechiiieeesss!) and Pit Bulls. There are a few right now that have had some tragedies hit them and I watched the numbers go up and up and up for their fundraiser. And then it just stops. While they have earned so much and reached so many people, they haven't reached enough people.

Today I want to share a few funds with you that have really touched my heart. Of course, they are all for dogs. And I want to ask from the bottom of my heart to please please share this information. You may not be in a position to give money but maybe someone else is, and they just aren't aware of these strories. Let's put the power of social media to good use and pimp these little buddies out on your Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, whatever it is that you use! Even your own blog if you want to :)

Meet Leidy, a 4 year old Frenchie that has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemo treatments. There are 70 days left in this fundraiser and they are almost to the half way mark of their goal!
For constant updates: @frenchie_bailey




Our dear friend Ashten has been dealing with a lot with her handsome Boxer, Warner. I'm sure you are aware of the story. If not, more reason to head on over to the funding page. The goal is sooo close, with only 18 days left. Share for #TeamWarner!
For constant updates: Always, Ashten




A beautiful Pit named Nylah was hit by a car while her family was moving. She was in critical condition with bad head trauma and internal bleeding. They didn't think they would be able to save her tail and leg, but they did! She went through a lot of surgeries and tests and blood transfusions. It took a lot of hefty medical expenses to save their baby girl. Good news, she's better! And she's finally home. She is learning to walk again with a rod in her leg but she is still happy and full of life and love.
For constant updates: @kay_dunn



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5 comments :

  1. I love to hear about people helping animals... I am the Vice President of Tazzyfund and we raise money for animal rescues and animals that need emergency services... you can follow us @tazzyfund =)

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  2. So many great causes, I am a sucker for animals. Sharing is caring. ;)

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  3. I'm a HUGE animal lover... I follow 50+ animals on instagram (mostly french bulldogs and pitbulls). I love helping animals. I just did a photoshoot at an animal shelter to help get the dogs adopted (mostly they had pitbulls there).

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  4. You made my heart smile today. Thank you so much for continuing to share Warner's story. We love you.

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