Estate Sale for Chloe’s Fund – Helping Florence Lauderdale Animal Shelter’s Medical Needs

By  | April 13, 2018 | Filed under: News
FLORENCE-Chloe’s Fund is reaching out to the public to help replenish monies spent on medical care for animals at the Florence Lauderdale Animal Shelter. On Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21 from 7am on, an Estate Sale will be held in Florence at 228 Woodcrest Drive in the Cedar Park Subdivision. All proceeds will benefit Chloe’s Fund; the Fund was established to pay for any veterinary care or medicine needed for sick and/or injured animals at the Shelter.

The Estate Sale will include; crystal, houseware items, electronics, furniture, appliances, lamps, Christmas items and much more! Cash or credit cards will be accepted.

Chloe’s Fund was started in March of 2017 after Shelter volunteers, Glen and Debby Nelson lost their beloved dog of 16 years, Chloe. After Chloe’s passing, Debby (and many generous donors), set out on a mission to help as many sick and injured Florence Lauderdale Animal Shelter animals as possible. Since its inception, Chloe’s Fund has vetted countless numbers of cats and dogs suffering from various illnesses and in need of medical attention and/or medication. Prior to Chloe’s Fund, the Florence Lauderdale Animal Shelter could not treat every unwell cat or dog that entered its doors. Their only hope was the possibility of a rescue organization stepping up and financing the needed veterinary care. For those animals with costly medical bills predicted and no rescue hero in sight, the dedicated shelter employees were faced with heartbreaking decisions; these decisions never get easier and no one ever willingly wants to make them. Chloe’s Fund has helped to save the lives of many animals.
Media Release/Debby Nelson
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