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It is with great sadness that I have to say that my beloved dog Harley passed away last year. I am dedicating this year's Woofstock funds that I raise, in her name to help more animals like her find a great home.I miss her every day. Please read her story and donate in her memory...
Harley grew up as a puppy mill dog. For the first 8 years of her life she rarely had any interaction with other animals. She never learned to chase a ball or enjoy the squeak of a toy, and she never learned how fun life can be. What she did learn the past 5 years, is that people loved her, and she would always return that love if you let her.
I adopted Harley when she was 8 years old. She was returned twice to KHS. Her first owner was upset because she chased a rabbit in their back yard. The second adopter returned her because she barked at other dogs through their window. However, she also had some bad interactions with other dogs while she was in the shelter. Harley needed to be in a perfect home for her and luckily I had that home. Harley wasn't perfect....lol...far from it. In fact, I would say she was broken. But that's okay, she deserved love and a great home. She didn't play ball, she was scared to death of anything with four legs, and she hated thunderstorms. But Harley loved people, and loved to give and receive affection. She would let you pet her all day and in return, she would give you thank you kisses until you made her stop.
I'm raising money in Harley's memory, to help the Kansas Humane Society and the 16,000 pets they provide care and services for each year. The Kansas Humane Society depends entirely on private donations and fees for service which is why I’m proud to be a Woofstock fundraiser.
Please donate and help support my efforts to help save more animals like Harley. They all deserve it. I want to raise at least $500 and every little bit will help.
Thank you for taking the time to read her story and for your consideration to support Kansas Humane Society.
- Mark Eby (& Harley)
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