On our walk this morning we met two Shih Tzus. The woman they were with was going on about how nice our coats were. Which wasn't saying much since theirs were a fine mess! She also pointed to a spot of black fur on one of her dogs and wanted us to know that this spot of black fur, on her dog's otherwise tan coat, just appeared recently and she is six years old. It seemed like my dad didn't really know how to respond to this. I think he considered, "Isn't that something!" or "You don't say." Instead, he blathered on about how, when he reached a certain age, long black hairs started to appear out of his nose and ears and, you know, those battery operated nose and ear hair clippers never seem to work for very long. Not to be outdone, the woman just had to share how a black hair appeared on her chin one day, not too long ago, and her chin then began to take on a pointy appearance. She never thought it would happen to her. She was turning into a witch or her mother. She wasn't sure which. One in the same we couldn't help wondering.
My dad, is going to match every donation of $250 or more up to a total $2500 to the Tibetan Terrier Health and Welfare Foundation. Won't you help?
You can visit the Foundation's website to make a matching donation online:
1. Visit www.tibetanterriersfoundation.org
2. On the website's homepage, click on the "Donations and Store" link.
3. To donate securely online with your credit card, click on the "Donate Through Pay Pal" link and then click on the "Donate" icon. You will then be able to select the amount of your donation from a menu of options. You can then specify the purpose of your donation or select "unrestricted donation" and add the donation to your shopping cart and check out. When prompted for payment information, select Pay Pal which will allow you to enter your credit card information securely.
If you prefer to a make a donation by check or money order, there is a form available on the "Donations and Store" page of the website. Or simply send your donation to the address below. Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Tibetan Terrier Health and Welfare Foundation and mailed to:
Tibetan Terrier Health and Welfare Foundation
P. O. Box 1001
Southport, CT 06890
The Foundation is a non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible.
Please share this appeal with your Tibetan Terrier loving friends. The Foundation needs your help to continue its work.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact my dad at firstname.lastname@example.org