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Curly Tail Happenings..
April 22, 2011

Despite all the tragedies lately, I am so pleased to be a part of the pug rescue. It is such an exciting time and there are so many amazing things happening. All because I belong to a group of truly devoted, passionate pug lovers who have all come together with the same mission; to help pugs in need.

After many, many, months of filing the necessary legal paperwork, Curly Tail has officially become a 501c3 Non Profit!! Yipee!! This will help so much with our fundraising opportunities. In the process I am super honored to have been selected as an official Curly Tail board member. It has always been one of my dreams and personal milestones.

In my obituary I want it to say, "Author, Animal Rescuer." I can now officially claim one of those titles.

Also this week one of our senior pugs, Wilson was featured in People Magazines online edition of "People's Pets" How awesome is that? The article is really cute the way they put the Royal Couple spin on it.

I don't know why this sweet old boy hasn't been adopted yet, but hopefully the press will help!

Of course the added exposure just equates to us being able to help even more pugs!

All of this reminds me of a quote from Helen Keller:
"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."

I feel that my special pug angels: Sausage, Plummy, and little Norman would be proud.

A Happy Passover and Easter to all.

Posted by Lori on April 22, 2011 12:48 AM permalink Comments (2)



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emily the biker pug commented April 24, 2011 1:24 PM

ETBP says animal rescuer extraordinaire, attractive, smart, on the BOD, can build and repair websites and best of all a pug lover :) :) :)
You are the best!


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