RE: [cavalierspaniel-54] Cavalier Rescue - Tis the Season for Giving

From: Lolla P.
Sent on: Saturday, December 17, 2011 11:52 AM

FYI…heard that Carolyn Curtis’ Molly was deaf then discovered some glands behind her ears were full…and seems to be getting some hearing back.  Do you want me to find out the vet who is treating her?  Think it’s a specialist but not sure.  Her regular vet didn’t discover this.



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Sent: Saturday, December 17,[masked]:27 AM
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Subject: [cavalierspaniel-54] Cavalier Rescue - Tis the Season for Giving


Attached to this email is a summary of Cavalier Rescue USA this year.


Last year Cavalier Rescue USA took in 474 dogs.  The cost for the care of these dogs was $250,000 and the dogs spent an average of 4 to 6 weeks in foster care with a volunteer.  The ages of the dogs coming into rescue ranged from 12 weeks to 13 years. 


Many of you make end of year donations to worthy causes.  What is more worthy than to help save the life of a Cavalier in need!  We are a 501(c)(3) organization which means that your donation is totally tax deductible.  You can make your donation via Paypal or send to the address listed in the attachment.


Currently in Austin, we have two Cavaliers in foster care.  Taylor, who is listed on our web site ( is a 9 yr old Tri girl.  She has dry eye and requires expensive eye meds each day.  Her previous owners were going to put her down as they couldn't afford her eye meds.  She's sweet, gets along great with other dogs and has a lot of life left in her!


Another dog is foster care but not yet listed on the web site is Cooper, who is a 6 yr old male.  His owner released him to rescue due to divorce and her inability to care for the dog and her kids.  He has ear infections which are on the mend and then will have a dental and be ready for adoption.  Cooper also appears to be deaf but is in the great hands of a volunteer who is a dog trainer and is working with him using hand signals.


While it's a trite saying, "every little bit helps," this is true for Cavalier Rescue.  Help a Cavalier in need!


Sheila Simmons

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Rescue USA, Inc. - TX


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