The Misha May Foundation, an organization that helps difficult to place dogs inside Lakewood area, is having a special event on Saturday, November 12. Called Moment for Mutts, it's more than just a fundraiser for that organization. It is a possibility to recognize some kind of special mutts which aren't only graduates of the organization, but examples to the people everywhere that all dogs deserve an opportunity.
'These three confident, kind and wise males helped the majority Misha May's rescued dogs between 2005 and 2011. It's a new era for Misha May without these three gentlemen,' says Lorraine May, Executive Director, Founder and Head Trainer of Misha May. 'Buddy and Brinx were adopted together come early july by a former Board member who had taken Buddy to Misha May training classes when he first arrived. She needed to wait until there were space in their home and couldn't feel that Buddy was still available. Zeb passed away on the age of 11 on February 7, 2010."
Buddy ' This one-year-old shepherd mix had passed through three homes and was slated for euthanasia in a very shelter when he found Misha May to work on his stress and anxiety. This was your dog who cleared six-foot fences and lashed out at cats. At 100 pounds, he was regarded as intimidating, but he'd a fascination with people and also other dogs that Misha May couldn't give up on. May said he would be a little nervous around small puppies to start with, but as they learned and grew, his duty was to accompany the rescued litters of puppies whenever they had to go outside late at night.
Brinx ' This yellow Lab mix arrived at Misha May on the same time they received 80 rescue animals from Hurricane Katrina. May said Brinx had his sweet disposition crushed from harsh training during his youth and the man feared all humans by the day of one year. Soon after he attained Misha May, he became generally known as Uncle Brinx because he could read and understand other dogs so well. He gave them space after they needed it along with other dogs understood him.
Zeb ' He was a golden retriever that May found like a stray. She said she found him wondering the mountains fending for himself. May said to start with she thought he was declaring that he needed helped getting home, but his owners don't wanted him. He soon a home with May where his trust, respect and love for humans helped May give other rescued dogs another chance.
Moment for Mutts is going to be held with the Grand Ballroom at The Golden Hotel from 10 a.m. to three p.m. on November 12. The event will include a cash bar, a slideshow of Misha May testimonials, a live auction with Golightly @ Schwab Auctions, the garden salad and soup buffet and a Grand Prize Basket drawing. Tickets for the Grand Prize Basket are $5 first ticket; $10 for three; and $20 for ten; and $50 for 100 tickets. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRSENT TO WIN! Tickets to wait the event are $35 through September 30, then $40 through November 8. Tickets on the door are $45. Tickets can be bought online at MishaMayFoundation.org. Visit their Moment for Mutts webpage to acquire tickets or mail an inspection to: Misha May Foundation, PO Box 151166, Lakewood, CO 80215-1166.
Misha May continues to be looking for sponsors and vendors for this event. Vendors will receive an eight-foot table to sell, inform, or give a service. Vendor tables are $125 through September 30 and $150 by October 31. For more information on being a sponsor, visit their Moment for Mutts webpage. Sponsors, vendors and volunteers can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-239-0382 for more information.
The Misha May Foundation believes that many individual dog, regardless of breed or mix, age or issue, or period of time needed, deserves the ability to find a forever home. They rehabilitate medical and behavior problems, and facilitate healing. They are devoted to the forever keeping each animal for whom they assume responsibility and are focused on a compassionate society where euthanasia, or perhaps a 'good death', is available those animals who are suffering without hope, as well as for those animals whose dangerous behavior is really beyond rehabilitation. They offer dog training classes and dog trainer certification classes his or her motto is, "Contact us first for training which means you don't need us later for rescue."
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