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Pocket's 13th Birthday Raffle Extravaganza!
She's still alive! Let's Celebrate!
As many of you know: Pocket's 12th birthday was a doozy.
Pocket didn't age a day until about 11 and then 12 hit her with an autoimmune disease, pancreatitis and Cushing's disease on top of some nasty arthritis. Jeez Louise! But despite doing her best to die on her 12th birthday, we have persisted with loving care that has turned life with our Senior Snootizen back around! She's not the dog of her youth (but i mean, i'm not exactly youthful myself at this point) but she is mostly stable and usually happy!
This deserves celebration!
Her birthday Raffle Extravaganza is BACK and this time it's a 50/50 raffle benefiting Queen's Best Stumpy Dog Rescue. Purchase as many tickets as you wish and you'll be entered into a raffle for two sweet prizes: a CUSTOM Stubbin made just for you in just about a week! Or a ship-ready Stubbin from 2019 who needs a loving home.
Read all the details and fine print in the listing above.
Raffle winners will be announced on the morning of Pocket's birth (April 9th), which also happens to be Easter so we'll be sure to wear bunny ears ;) We plan to go live on Instagram so check out our stories for the time to be announced. Thank you for entering Pocket's raffle and GOOD LUCK!!!!
Giving back since the beginning
Since I launched Fiber Friends as a business back in 2012 I've been donating funds to organizations whose missions are to serve the stumpy corgi pups that make up the majority of my clientele (and whom i am obviously biased to love.) A few times a year, Pocket and I like to hold a fundraiser for one of these causes. You can see a list of previous fundraiser recipients here.
Queen's Best Stumpy Dog Rescue (QBSDR) is a 501(c)3 non-profit corgi rescue located in sunny Southern California. They specialize in rescuing special needs corgis from California's high kill shelters and those needing to be rehomed. They put great emphasis on rehabilitating the dogs medically and behaviorally through training and behavior modification, while getting to know their needs and quirks in order to find them the right home.
Thank you to everyone who bid on our last two fundraisers and helped us raise $1,650 for QBSDR!
- Miranda (and Pocket!)