In a nutshell, I wouldn't be here if it weren't for the caring and hardworking volunteers at the
They saved me from a life of being kept in a small cage in someone's backyard. I was left alone to suffer through seizures during extreme weather conditions.
Now I'm living in a home where people love me and take me to a vet that through his care and devotion to giving me a good life, has kept me seizure free since I arrived.
Again, none of this would be possible without the
They're having an Easter Basket raffle (in case you didn't know) to raise funds for the many more Frenchies that have come into their care.
Just recently, 6 Frenchies were rescued from a puppy mill in Missouri. One of them named Tandy still bears the scar of her ordeal.
Her scar is from having a c-section to remove her puppies from the side.
In case you're thinking "I don't want some Easter Basket filled with candy!" Check out just 2 of them that are up for raffle.
These are not measly Eater Baskets!
Also, if you get a chance, check out Stella's sweetie Brutus.
His mom made a likeness of him called Flat Brutus. He travels the globe to bring awareness and raise money for the French Bulldog Rescue Network. He's pretty cute and doesn't take up much room. Fore each household that hosts him, a donation will be made to the French Bulldog Rescue Network.
So if you're able, It'd really mean a lot to me and Stella and Gunther if you could buy a ticket or two for one of the Frenchie fabulous Easter Baskets, or consider hosting Flat Brutus.
Love and kisses,