December 13, 2011 > Camp Cocker Rescue
Camp Cocker Rescue
Submitted By Robert Dulalia
Good news for Camp Cocker Rescue, a small rescue organization in Los Angeles that tries to save as many cocker spaniels from being put to sleep in the thirty kill-shelters in Los Angeles. Dogs that have been rescued from the kill-shelters are medically rehabilitated before they are adopted into their forever homes. A large majority of the families who adopt these cocker spaniels come from the Bay Area.
The owner of "The Jewel Train" in Fremont is dedicating a day to both Stevie and Marcus at her store. Stevie and Marcus are two of the cocker spaniels who are currently in foster homes waiting for funds to pay for their eye surgeries respectively. Twenty-Five percent of all sales on Saturday, December 17, will go towards their surgery
Any money earned after Stevie's total will go toward Camp Cocker Marcus who also needs cataract surgery. If you are in the area and want to do some Christmas shopping, stop by to see Stevie and Marcus. Marcus' foster dad, Robert Dulalia and Stevie's foster mom, Janet White will be at the Jewel Train on December 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 43494 Ellsworth Street Fremont CA 94539. Telephone number is: 510-651-4346.