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Beautiful Baxter graced the blog a few days ago, when his Mom Anitra Francis asked for thoughts and prayers on his behalf.
Many, many of you responded with kindness and generosity of spirit that helped Anitra and Baxter through the past few days of vet visits and hard-to-hear news about his health.
Baxter is four and-a-half years old and has prostate cancer. He means the world to his Mom, who in turn has made a world of difference in the lives of countless needy animals.
Anitra is incredibly passionate about animal rescue and welfare, and at any given time has at least a half dozen dogs in her care. Her heart is absolutely huge. Without treatment, her boy Baxter has less than a month to live.
With it, he can live another year.
Like a lot of people, she doesn’t have deep pockets. Not many of us do. Which is why I’m 100% behind CorgiPals in the effort to raise funds to give Anitra more time with Baxter. She gives without thinking of herself, all the time, for the animals. She personally transported several Corgis to safety in the recent Iowa puppy mill rescue.
She is, simply put, a hero for the animals we all love.
I invite you to step up with me today and be a hero for Anitra and Baxter. Visit their CorgiPals page HERE to read more, and send a donation that will make all the difference … no matter the amount.
There is a ChipIn box on the right hand side of the CorgiPals page; to give, click the orange “ChipIn” button. You can also donate by visiting Baxter’s very own ChipIn page, or from right here on The Daily Corgi:
No dollar amount, no prayer, no expression of support is ever too small.
Thanks, Corgi friends!
I went to corgi pals but could not find a way to donate. Instructions?
Laurie Eno / The Daily Corgi says
Sorry about the confusion.
There is a ChipIn box on the right hand side of the CorgiPals page, near the top of the screen beneath Violet's puppy photo.
You can also give to the fund from right here on The Daily Corgi, using the ChipIn box. All money goes to the same source.
My heart goes out to you, Anitra, as well as to Baxter.
I am curious about finding out more about the treatment, I guess that they won't be able to remove all the cancer if it gives him just (and thank goodness for that!) one more year to live?
A few more bucks on the way from Moose, buddy! We will be thinking of you a lot! You can do it Baxter!
Love Mike, Jay and Moose