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UPDATE:

After consulting with the vet we have been given a deadline for Arthur’s test. He hasn’t recovered well from the original trip to the Neurologist where they only observed him, and the window to diagnose him before it’s too late to help is closing. If we don’t find out what’s wrong soon, he will be too sick for any of the treatments to have an affect. 

So far we have raised $620.00 and while this is a great help, we need to hit $3,700.00 before we can have the tests done. We’ve have so much support, with the wonderful Dante Basco sharing a previous post and getting us somewhere around 400 shares, but we only got 4 donations. 

I know that money is tight all around the world and I know that it’s tough and people have their own problems, but we’ve donated so many times to sick animals, sick corgis, families who needed help with their bills, etc. I’ve personally been supporting an orphaned child for close to four years even though sometimes it means the end of the month is spent eating plain rice and canned beans.

We’re not asking everyone for much, a donation of $5 would be a huge help. Right now if 616 people donated $5 we would hit our goal. If 308 donated $10 we would hit our goal. If only 154 people donated $20, we would be there and we could have his tests done. 

My mom is terrified of losing him. It’s only been two years since we lost our dog Simon and only a year before that when we lost our cat Boo, both my mom’s pets who she loved more than anything. It’s hit her hard that we may lose him, but if we don’t get these tests, we’re going to lose him no matter what. We have a 3/4 chance that his condition is treatable and I am willing to fight for those odds.

To all the corgi lovers out there, please find it in your heart to help us.

-Arthur’s big sis 

Please keep sharing, we’re up to $850! Thank you everyone!

Please please please keep reblogging!

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Sometimes I think of how one tiny mutated cell can wipe out our whole civilization, but then I watch a video like this and think “nah, we’re way too awesome of a species to be defeated.”

I feel like my life is complete after watching this.

HOLY SHITTING CHRIST.HOW DOES HE MANAGE TO KEEP SUCH A GOOD TONE QUALITY. WHAT THE SHIT. I CAN’T. JUST.

Seriously, as somebody who is relatively good at the flute let me tell you that that is really fucking difficult. REALLY FUCKING DIFFICULT. That’s like the flautist’s equivalent of trying to talk normally whilst breathing in: it just isn’t doable. This guy is using some freaky fucking sorcery. As if that weren’t bad enough: HIS FINGERS ON THAT LAST BLOODY SCALE HOLY SHIT. HOW CAN YOU MOVE THAT FAST. I CAN’T EVEN DO F BLOODY MAJOR THAT FAST AND IT’S THE EASIEST BLOODY SCALE WE HAVE HOLY CHRIST.

The Pied Piper of Hamelin 2014

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"We are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are. One equal temper of heroic hearts, made weak by time and fate, but strong in will. To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

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Click here to support Medical Tests for our Corgi by Beth Sumner-Wichmann

lostgeneral:

UPDATE:

After consulting with the vet we have been given a deadline for Arthur’s test. He hasn’t recovered well from the original trip to the Neurologist where they only observed him, and the window to diagnose him before it’s too late to help is closing. If we don’t find out what’s wrong soon, he will be too sick for any of the treatments to have an affect. 

So far we have raised $620.00 and while this is a great help, we need to hit $3,700.00 before we can have the tests done. We’ve have so much support, with the wonderful Dante Basco sharing a previous post and getting us somewhere around 400 shares, but we only got 4 donations. 

I know that money is tight all around the world and I know that it’s tough and people have their own problems, but we’ve donated so many times to sick animals, sick corgis, families who needed help with their bills, etc. I’ve personally been supporting an orphaned child for close to four years even though sometimes it means the end of the month is spent eating plain rice and canned beans.

We’re not asking everyone for much, a donation of $5 would be a huge help. Right now if 616 people donated $5 we would hit our goal. If 308 donated $10 we would hit our goal. If only 154 people donated $20, we would be there and we could have his tests done. 

My mom is terrified of losing him. It’s only been two years since we lost our dog Simon and only a year before that when we lost our cat Boo, both my mom’s pets who she loved more than anything. It’s hit her hard that we may lose him, but if we don’t get these tests, we’re going to lose him no matter what. We have a 3/4 chance that his condition is treatable and I am willing to fight for those odds.

To all the corgi lovers out there, please find it in your heart to help us.

-Arthur’s big sis 

Please keep sharing, we’re up to $850! Thank you everyone!

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Click here to support Medical Tests for our Corgi by Beth Sumner-Wichmann

UPDATE:

After consulting with the vet we have been given a deadline for Arthur’s test. He hasn’t recovered well from the original trip to the Neurologist where they only observed him, and the window to diagnose him before it’s too late to help is closing. If we don’t find out what’s wrong soon, he will be too sick for any of the treatments to have an affect. 

So far we have raised $620.00 and while this is a great help, we need to hit $3,700.00 before we can have the tests done. We’ve have so much support, with the wonderful Dante Basco sharing a previous post and getting us somewhere around 400 shares, but we only got 4 donations. 

I know that money is tight all around the world and I know that it’s tough and people have their own problems, but we’ve donated so many times to sick animals, sick corgis, families who needed help with their bills, etc. I’ve personally been supporting an orphaned child for close to four years even though sometimes it means the end of the month is spent eating plain rice and canned beans.

We’re not asking everyone for much, a donation of $5 would be a huge help. Right now if 616 people donated $5 we would hit our goal. If 308 donated $10 we would hit our goal. If only 154 people donated $20, we would be there and we could have his tests done. 

My mom is terrified of losing him. It’s only been two years since we lost our dog Simon and only a year before that when we lost our cat Boo, both my mom’s pets who she loved more than anything. It’s hit her hard that we may lose him, but if we don’t get these tests, we’re going to lose him no matter what. We have a 3/4 chance that his condition is treatable and I am willing to fight for those odds.

To all the corgi lovers out there, please find it in your heart to help us.

-Arthur’s big sis 

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