Our usual Tuesday contributor Paige Davis is taking the day off for her birthday (HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAIGE!) What better way to celebrate and honor Paige on her big day than with some happy ending highlights of her work as Founder and CEO of CorgiPals!
Smiling MAGGIE was born with a condition that caused chronic urinary incontinence. The woman who saved her from being put down turned to CorgiPals for help with cost of surgery to attempt a repair of Maggie’s “plumbing”. Read the whole inspiring story here.
KIPPER with the laughing eyes was found as a stray in rough shape, in need of heartworm treatment. CorgiPals covered the cost and got this girl on her way back to the health and home life she deserves. More about Kipper here.
Despite living under a porch for much of the first few months of his life, BUSTER BOOM is a wiggly, three-legged boy with joy to spare. CorgiPals donors made it possible for Buster’s adoptive family to buy him his own customized cart. Learn more about him here, and don’t miss his Daily Corgi post!
FRANK was very sick with parvo when his family — who could not afford the care that might save his life at just eight weeks old — came to CorgiPals for help. Today Frank is a healthy puppy with therapy dog dreams. More about him here!
Handsome LOU beat lymphoma with the support of CorgiPals and some special supporters in Corgi Nation. This one’s a real heart warmer. See it here!
Now that you’re inspired (again) by the fantastic work that CorgiPals does every day for Corgis in need, please consider donating to the current CorgiPals Birthday Bucks fundraiser! With sixteen Corgis on its current “client” list, CorgiPals honestly needs your support more than ever.
Your donation of any size (no amount is too small — or large 🙂 can be made via PayPal, credit or debit card. Click the pic above or visit the FundRazr page HERE to give, and remember that your gift is tax deductible!
Thanks for your support of CorgiPals — and your kindness towards your fellow Corgi Nation members. Remember how much this matters, because it truly does. These stories prove it!