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31st May 2009, 07:30 PM
Lost my head! Wanted this as new post.
Lucky Star rescued 18 Cavaliers at the Auctions on Saturday in Missouri. 12 of the Cavaliers were to come North but the individual who was going to transport :drivecar:didn't realize they wouldn't fit in her vehicle. :yikes They are still at the site and need to be transported and help is needed. They may remain on site for 3 days only. If you can offer assistance please PM me and I will give you contacts. :thnx:
31st May 2009, 07:58 PM
I wish I were there to help. Georgia is so far away and in the wrong direction. :(
so glad some of those poor babies were rescued. If I had the extra money to do so, I'd buy every one and give them to rescue to save.
1st June 2009, 12:50 AM
1st June 2009, 01:46 AM
that's a relief! I'm glad that they got a ride.
1st June 2009, 04:17 AM
I'm so glad this got worked out. It's 95 degrees in Kansas and Missouri today, so the thought of them waiting at the site made me very sad.
Do you know what happened to the other cavaliers at auction yesterday? My neighbor called me from the site (she was there with another breed rescue) and said there were 70 total cavaliers. She thought a cavalier rescue was in the midst of negotiating to take them all for a lump sum. I wonder what happened?
Brenda in SC
1st June 2009, 01:26 PM
I hope Frecklesmom will be able to keep us advised.
1st June 2009, 02:28 PM
The 12 that are coming North are females-10 Blen and 2 Tri. The transporters, husband and wife, are leaving this am from Minneapolis for an 18 hr round trip to get these little ones. Setting up transport "legs" is not effective in this part of the US-just not enough owners and rescue people. Hopefully this can change. Others are contributing to cost of transport as this is going to be spendy for them esp. now with gas prices on the upswing.
On one forum it was said that dogs went for $1.00, $.50 and even a penny-very low bidding overall.
3rd June 2009, 11:29 PM
The 12. Waiting their turn for bath, nail trim,etc. Everything a first for them-probably the first time they've ever had a loving hand cleaning away years of grunge. Sweet Cavaliers. icon_welcome to your new life.
3rd June 2009, 11:32 PM
Aww look at them all. Good job to all the rescuers. People might want to consider giving some financial support, no matter how small it might seem every little bit adds up for rescue groups. Or keep in mind that when you buy items from sites like www.helpingudders.com you can have them donate part of your purchase price to Lucky Star. It's easy to sign up.
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