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steve jensen May 31, 2013 at 11:34 pm
WOW, Unreal story! Great to see people like this in Palm Harbor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tessa June 5, 2013 at 04:18 pm
What a great cause! Way to go Jim Terry Music.
M chamberlain June 6, 2013 at 03:02 am
So why are people helping this family? Did you read the story? Father in house sitting on couch withRead More wife. Heard screaming. OMG...she's lost her legs! Who exactly was on lawn mower if dad was in house? Did I ask for help when my mother-in-law slipped on my daughter's wedding day. Fractured her wrist. Ended up in Mease Countryside Hospital. went to a nursing home. After 14 days got to go home to Ohio. Went to nursing home-rehab. Went back to hospital for blood clots, got c-diff and thrush. Has ruptured ear drum and abcessed salivary gland. Hospital didn't file proper paperwork so insurance denied $63,000 bill. Anyone want to help us?
Harvey A. Smith September 15, 2012 at 02:46 pm
You may also want to think about adopting from one the many special breed organizations in the area.Read More My wife and I recently adopted two female Springers - one last year (Bella Rosa 3 yrs.) and one last month (Siena - 11 months) and are both excited and happy with our new family additions.
Sunde Farquhar September 18, 2012 at 01:49 pm
Leigh, thanks for these great stories about adoptable pets in our area. You do great work!
Tony and Deb September 5, 2012 at 01:52 am
I would agree with Monique on their charitable efforts, UNICEF is part of the UN and is not aRead More charity as they would want everyone to think they are. 95% of the money they collect goes for administrative costs or is funneled to one of their other programs like IUCN which is pushing (Agenda 21) sustainable development, an evil programe that calls for depopulation, and government control over everything. Read all about it on www.agenda21today.com
All Tied Up Bowtique September 9, 2012 at 06:29 pm
Hi Monique, Tony and Deb. This is Ronnie, Annelise, and Michael from All Tied Up Bowtique. First andRead More foremost, thank you for your input. We had actually done research on UNICEF when we first picked our charitable organization, and we had not seen anything of the sort. But after reading your comments, we did do more extensive research and we were very surprised on what we saw. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We have decided to take action and we have set a new goal. Now we are raising money through "Charity: Water" and 100% proceeds-donated organization (http://www.charitywater.org/) While their price for a similar goal is a bit more, we're glad to take the challenge in order to ensure our proceeds are spent on what we intend them to be spent on. We cannot say thank you enough for bringing this to our attention.We hope to talk to you again in the future, thank you for looking out for us. All Tied Up Bowtique alltiedupbowtique2012@gmail.com
monique thomas September 9, 2012 at 10:05 pm
Ronnie, Annelise and Michael--May I buy a bow from each of you?
Sunde Farquhar August 2, 2012 at 04:07 pm
The Suncoast Primate Sanctuary is also a volunteering option for Florida's Bright FuturesRead More scholarship program!
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