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Greta Needs Your Help!
WILL YOU LEND ME A PAW?
Hi there new friends, my name is Greta and Camp Cocker Rescue saved me from the Palmdale/Los Angeles county animal shelter. I'm an older lady and I just had a major surgery on my abdominal area. There were drains in me that were removed this morning and I'm on a lot of pain medication and anti-biotics to help me to heal. I also had a dental and some extractions, as well as cherry eye surgery on my left eye. You will notice all that swelling in the left eye, this is normal so soon post op and should resolve in about two weeks. I heard those rescuers have been asking for donations for me and I hope I'm not being a bother, but maybe you can help spread the word for me? No donation is too small as my medical bills are piling up and will be significant. I really appreciate you giving me a chance. I know that those rescuers could have saved several younger dogs for what it is going to cost to get me through all of my medical bills. I promise you, I am a really nice doggie and I am going to make some future adopter very happy. I've been let down by humans my entire life but I still am hopeful that my third act of life can be with humans that will be kind to me and treat me like a cherished family member. I have two microchips in me and my rescuers have so far been able to track down at least a few of the places of where I've been through the two chips. Many years ago, I was in the Long Beach, California animal shelter. Then several years later, I was in the East Valley/Los Angeles city animal shelter. Then last week, I was in the Palmdale/Los Angeles county animal shelter. My rescuers cried when they learned how often I've been let down in my life. They are worried that no one will want me because I'm a senior lady. But I have hope. But first things first, I need donations! Thank you for thinking I was worth all of this effort and expense to save. I really appreciate that anyone would think my life had value.
Treats for Humans!
Camp Cocker Rescue kettle corn fundraiser is going on now through the end of the year. Humans deserve treats too, right? Fresh from today's batch! Can you smell the deliciousness? It's our first (of five) orders of the locally made kettle corn. Two flavors: sweet Caramel Corn or Sea salt Kettle corn. There are six different labels you might get (of course, if you have a preference, be sure to note that when you place your order). 3.5 ounce bags (approx. 3 cups) No preservatives, all organic yummy-ness!
1 bag for $7
3 bags for $18
6 bags for $30
Spot Light: Rita Earl Photography
"They say a picture speaks a thousand words. That still holds true. In the digital age, pictures also save lives. Renowned photographer, Rita Earl Blackwell, and her Pro-Bono work with animal rescue organizations is saving the lives of countless rescue animals...." Click here to read the full article by Scott Smith!
We rely 100% on volunteer time and small donations of $5- $10. We get our dogs the treatment they need FIRST and fund-raise for medical bills after. If you can donate a small amount today - it will go to help Bernie's surgery bills so we can get out there and rescue more dogs in need (of which there is never a shortage)! Please donate today!
Featured Adoptable Happy Camper--- Blossom!
Adopt or Foster a Cocker
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Every donation counts!
Camp Cocker Rescue is a nonprofit organization, and we are funded entirely by private donations. Every gift, no matter how big or small, makes a difference. Every penny goes directly to saving the lives of dogs that otherwise didn't stand a chance, getting them the care they need, and finding them their forever home.
Is my donation tax deductible?
It sure is! Camp Cocker Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our Tax ID number is 20-8687566.
Look at the Happy Endings!
Check out the puppies with their new adopters!