Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Holiday Event with The Fuzzybutts

As we're holed up in Winthrop MA for the winter, the three wize guys have been invited to Plymouth Saturday December 3rd for Santa photos(pic nearby from last year).  Afterwards, we'll spend the evening singing Christmas carols, a tradition that began in 2009 in Bryant Park when Hudson, Murphy and I walked through Manhattan. 

We hope you can come out and join us for a very special holiday event with the me and the fuzzybutts.  The information is nearby. 

On December 3rd Pawz Doggie Daycare and An Unconditional Love with our Special guest the Founder of 2 Million Dogs, Luke Robinson will be hosting Pet Photos with Santa.

Saturday December 3rd 12:30pm- 4:30pm
At PAWZ Doggie Daycare - 50 Independence Road Kingston MA.

Photos are a $10 donation, ALL proceeds will be donated on Christmas Eve to 2 Million Dogs.  We will be collecting pet supplies that Mr. Robinson will personally deliver to the Kingston Animal Shelter in his sleigh. 

Followed by an evening of Christmas Caroling at Plymouth's Colony Place 174 Colony Place Road  Plymouth, MA.  Come join us for a day of  holiday cheer for an important cause and meet the man that started this incredible journey!.

RSVP at the Facebook Event page

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It was wonderful hearing your story on animal planet today 12/4/11. I too lost both of my dogs to osteosarcoma; both of my babies had the cancer in the same left hind leg and they were two different breeds. Everyday I think of my hairy angel, Kasey, who moved on to the rainbow bridge in April (I still cry when I think of him, he was the best dog; never did anything wrong, he was always a good dog; never met another dog like him (almost human). Kasey was my second second hairy child; my first hairy child,(my first dog) was only 1 years old when she was diagnosed; she was only 3yrs old when she went to the rainbow bridge. I hope a cure can be found or a way to prevent this horrible cancer. I think the enviromental pollution is causing all of this cancer in our wonderful dogs. Keep up the the good work.
Cindy the animal lover