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Wishlist for Mostly Cockers and Poms 2014/08/15

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Tina says: Adopt me

Tina says: Adopt me

August is sailing along and here’s a bit more about the group Beading Divas to the Rescue is fundraising for…Mostly Cockers and Poms.

Tina is a 1 year old spayed female terrier mix. She is roughly 11 lbs, great with other pets, great with children of all ages, house trained, crate trained, great on leash and in the car. She is quiet and very well behaved. She loves to play in the grass. She is current on her vaccinations and micro-chipped. She came from Pima Animal Care Center. Her adoption fee is $150.

You can buy bracelets in Tucson at:
–-Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Avenue, 624-9954
–-Clues Unlimited Mystery Book Store, 3146 E. Fort. Lowell Road (SE corner Country Club), 326-8533 (closed Sun/Mon)
–-A K Jensen Apparel, (St. Philips Plaza), 4340 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 72, 529-2775
–-Sissy’s Pet Salon, 7350 N La Cholla Blvd (by Albertsons), 229-9898 (limited selection)

If you don’t want a bracelet, consider making a donation directly or helping out with an item or two from their Wishlist:

Earthborn Holistic Dog Food – (Great Plains Recipe) – All sizes

Playplen type enclosures for events – preferably with individual panels that can be broken down & expandable

Brushes, combs, shampoo (oatmeal or other skin friendly), ear wipes

Quality crunchy treats

Collars (x-small, small, med) & leashes

Harnesses (x-small, small)

Bowls

Sturdy toys and balls

You can contact Mostly Cockers and Poms to find out the best way to get them these items.

Mostly Cockers and Poms, Beading Divas Bracelets Fundraiser 2014/08/01

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Buy bracelets / help cockers like me Taj

For the month of August, Beading Divas to the Rescue is thrilled to be fundraising for Mostly Cockers and Poms.

Mostly Cockers & Poms is a small, in home 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue incorporated in the State of AZ. They have been a top rated non-profit on the Great Non-Profits site since early 2013 and are partners with many area shelters and several high kills shelters in southern California as well.

Taj is a 7 year old spayed female cocker spaniel. She is roughly 22 lbs, good with most other pets, ignores kitties, house trained, crate trained, great on leash and in the car. Taj i lovable but happy to be independent if you want her to be; she is very well behaved and not a barker.

Taj is diabetic and requires twice a day insulin shots but she is easy to give them to and her disease is very well controlled. Her human mom died earlier this year and she has been living with her vet waiting for a new forever home.

She has had a dental done, had cataract surgery on one eye, is current on shots and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $150.

All pets are fully treated for any illnesses, spayed/neutered, current on shots and micro-chipped prior to going to their new homes. By living in our homes and getting to know the pets, they are able to make the best possible new home match, and, work on any training/behavioral issues prior to adoption if needed.

August 9 and August 23
Mostly Cockers and Poms will be at the Pet Club, located at 3996 W Ina Rd, Ste 130, Marana, AZ 85741 on August 9 and 23 from noon to 3 pm. They will have adoptable dogs AND bracelets. Tell them Beading Divas to the Rescue sent you.

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You can find these beautiful one-of-a-kind beaded bracelets with a paw charm at the following local Tucson venues:

–-Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Avenue, 624-9954
–-Clues Unlimited Mystery Book Store, 3146 E. Fort. Lowell Road (SE corner Country Club), 326-8533 (closed Sun/Mon)
–-A K Jensen Apparel, (St. Philips Plaza), 4340 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 72, 529-2775
–-Sissy’s Pet Salon, 7350 N La Cholla Blvd (by Albertsons), 229-9898 (limited selection)

Or you can buy them online (add $5.50 S&H) on Etsy/Lizzie Stardust

Beading Divas on Vacation July 2014 2014/07/05

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During the month of July, Beading Divas to the Rescue goes dark, takes a vacation, regroups. No bracelets are for sale.

See you August 1.

Beading Divas Bracelet Fundraiser – Chi Luv Bug Tucson 2014/06/16

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Make Herbie happy

Make Herbie happy

The bracelet fundraiser continues through the month ending June 30 so if you have been in slow motion about buying a bracelet or checking out Chi Luv Bug Small Dog Rescue, you still have time.

If you don’t want to buy a bracelet, you can help Chi Luv Bug in other ways by making a monetary donation or by buying food to feed 30+ small dogs.

Chi Luv Bug prefers Merrick Pet Food Whole Earth (grain free) which is available on Amazon or also available at PETCO, PETSMART, and PET CLUB.

Food can be dropped off at PETCO on Wrightstown/Pantano every Saturday from noon to 4 pm. If you would like to make a donation to CHILUVBUG@GMAIL.COM via Paypal. Funds cover spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, and any other specialty procedures such as dental, or special surgeries.

Chi Luv Bug Rescue – June Beading Divas Fundraiser 2014/06/01

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Adopt Me!

Adopt Me!

For the month of June, Beading Divas to the Rescue is proud to be fundraising for Chi Luv Bug Small Dog Rescue. CLB were the winners of our drawing at A Cause for Applause. Congratulations!

Meet Cooper who was a stray from PACC. He was on the biter list because he tends to be frightened by fast movement. After having him a week or two, it was discovered that he is deaf, so he reacts poorly to being startled.

Through hand signals, Chi Luv Bug works with him at meet and greets, so his future adopter will have some sort of foundation to work on. Besides being easily startled, he loves pets and cuddling and will be your great companion. His future adopters will need to learn to give him visual commands.

Cooper needs a home without children under the age of 14. He is neutered, up to date on shots and has a microchip.

You can meet Cooper and other dogs every Saturday at PETCO (Wrightstown/Pantano) from noon to 4 pm.

Buy me - help small dogs

One-of-kind bracelets help animals

Buy some bracelets to help fund-raise for Chi Luv Bug. Bracelets are all handcrafted made with donated beads + one paw charm. One size fits most. All are $20 and the entire amount goes to the group of the month.

You can find bracelets at these Tucson locations:
–-Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Avenue, 624-9954 (closed Sunday)
–-Clues Unlimited Mystery Book Store, 3146 E. Fort. Lowell Road (SE corner Country Club), 326-8533 (closed Sun/Mon)
–-A K Jensen Apparel, (St. Philips Plaza), 4340 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 72, 529-2775
–-Sissy’s Pet Salon, 7350 N La Cholla Blvd (by Albertsons), 229-9898 (limited selection)
–-Postnet, 7049 E. Tanque Verde, 733-9700 (closed Sat/Sun-limited selection)

Or you can buy them online (add $5.50 S&H).

More about No Kill Pima County, May Bracelet Fundraiser 2014/05/13

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Why No Kill Pima County?

Why No Kill Pima County?

No Kill Pima County is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that began in 2012 as a grassroots community group of committed individuals.

Their mission is dedicated to saving homeless pets and feral cats in Pima County through the rigorous implementation of the national No Kill equation, a national model that has been implemented by more than 200 communities across the nation.

With thousands of helpless animals needlessly destroyed at Pima County’s animal shelter each year, they aim to inspire change in the community through education, awareness and resources regarding non-lethal options so that these animals can have a new start to a better life.

Over the past two years, No Kill Pima County has held bimonthly public meetings to inform and educate and has most recently worked with the shelter to set up a “Help Desk” for people coming to the shelter with animals to be the first line of assistance and to help counsel and offer alternate solutions as many of those animals will never again know the comfort of a home and the love of a family once they are left there.

I'm worth saving

I’m worth saving

Foster homes save lives. One of their most ingenious ideas was to set up and implement a foster care directory called SaFER Lifeline where people can sign up and peruse various foster opportunities and rescues can post their foster care needs and requirements. Better than Match.com!

The important work of No Kill Pima County has also resulted in a collaborative effort to trap, neuter and return feral cats as well as implement a spay and neuter certificate program.

No Kill Pima County established an Facebook presence with a following of 3,500+.

Drink wine for No Kill - May 25

Drink wine for No Kill – May 25

Do you drink wine? No Kill Pima County and Cata Vinos Wine Shoppe is hosting a wine tasting fundraiser on Sunday May 25 from 4 to 6 pm at 3023 N. Alvernon Way. Sample six wines and nibbles, take a chance on fun raffle prizes for people and pets. Buy Beading Divas bracelets! Have fun with other animal lovers. The cost is $20 for wine drinkers ($10/tax deductible) or $10 for non-drinkers. See you there!

Tucson Beading Divas in the News 2014/05/04

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5 reasons divas deserve the spotlight

5 reasons divas deserve the spotlight

Beading Divas to the Rescue are ready to rock and roll at their 5th anniversary celebration called A Cause for Applause on:

May 6
6 to 9 pm

Location
La Cocina Restaurant & Cantina
201 N. Court Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701

The Arizona Daily Star wrote a great article today (Sunday’s Home & Life section) called “Divas raise $100,000 for animal charities” Click on the above graphic to read the article.

Last week, two of the Beading Divas — Lizzie Mead and Michelle Caillet were on The Morning Blend. You can watch the video here.

And for more information about the EVENT and how you can enter to win funds for your favorite charity and prizes for yourself — click here.

Beading Divas on TV

Beading Divas on TV

Looking forward to seeing you – bring your friends!

May Bracelet Fundraiser – No Kill Pima County 2014/05/01

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For the month of May 2014, Beading Divas to the Rescue is honored to be fundraising for NO KILL PIMA COUNTY.

No Kill Pima County is a grassroots, community group of committed individuals dedicated to saving the healthy, treatable and re-habitable homeless pets and feral cats in Pima County through the rigorous implementation of the No Kill Equation.

Happy to be Diva bracelets fundraising recipient

Happy to be Diva bracelets fundraising recipient

Bookmark this page because during the month of May, you can learn more about what No Kill Pima County does and how you can get involved.

In the meantime, consider buying some one of a kind beaded bracelets ($20/each) made with donated beads, one size fits most. All come with a paw charm. Mother’s Day is May 11 – bracelets make great gifts for mom, grandma, and the special women in your life.

Locally, you can buy bracelets at these fine venues:
–-Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Avenue, 624-9954
–-Clues Unlimited Mystery Book Store, 3146 E. Fort. Lowell Road (SE corner Country Club), 326-8533 (closed Sun/Mon)
–-A K Jensen Apparel, (St. Philips Plaza), 4340 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 72, 529-2775
–-Sissy’s Pet Salon, 7350 N La Cholla Blvd (by Albertsons), 229-9898 (limited selection)
–-Postnet, 7049 E. Tanque Verde, 733-9700 (closed Sat/Sun-limited selection)

You can also buy bracelets online (add $5.50 S & H/USA only).

No Kill Pima County will also be selling bracelets at A Cause of Applause Celebration on May 6.

Tucson: Beading Divas to the Rescue Raise $100,000 2014/04/30

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Party of the Year Tucson

You are invited!

Tucson’s BEADING DIVAS TO THE RESCUE have raised $100,000 for animal charities in the five years they have been making one-of-a-kind beaded bracelets and fundraising for animal charities.

It’s a stunning achievement for greyhound adopters who wanted to help a fellow adopter whose greyhounds suffered $14,300 in veterinary bills from a hit-and-run accident.

As a way to celebrate and give back, Beading Divas to the Rescue is hosting A CAUSE FOR APPLAUSE on Tuesday – May 6 – from 6 to 9 pm at LA Cocina Restaurant.

YOU’RE INVITED!

Eat, drink, listen to live music, buy bracelets, win prizes, and have fun. Invite your friends!

Your favorite 501 c3 charities (not limited to animal charities at this event) could win:

–10% of the evening’s net profits courtesy of La Cocina

–The opportunity to be the June bracelet fundraising group

You are eligible to win bracelets and other fun prizes

Bring beads to receive an extra raffle ticket

Tucson special event

Got beads?

Put your non-profit flyers, brochures and biz cards to put on the networking table

Like Beading Divas to the Rescue on Facebook.

Blind Abyssinian kitten saved by Hermitage Cat Shelter 2014/04/12

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saved by Hermitage Cat Shelter

saved by Hermitage Cat Shelter

written by Hermitage Cat Shelter – April Beading Divas bracelet fundraiser recipient

Let’s talk about a day that started like any other. November 7, 2013. In northeast Tucson, a litter of purebred Abyssinians is born. Nine kittens in all (a large litter for a cat!). Five boys, four girls. Mom was doing well and nurturing her kittens as well as any new mother.

As time passed, though, one kitten in the litter was noticeably smaller than the others. She was cream colored—one of the most desirable new traits in Abyssinian cats. The owner of the litter had hoped for such a prized possession. Surely, this one will bring a high price.

Days went by, then weeks. As each little angel opened its eyes to the world for the very first time, they all began exploring and causing the kind of ruckus that would be expected of such a large group of kittens. Our little cream kitten, however, proved to be more special than first thought.

As her eyelids opened, it was revealed that she didn’t have any eyes at all. Small, sightless orbs were present, with no hope of attaining vision.

I think you know where this story is headed. That sweet little kitten with the prized coat color could not provide the breeder with what she had hoped for after all. As a matter of fact, she could provide her with none of it.

Off to PACC she was taken, to be humanely euthanized for being imperfect.

We at The Hermitage rescue hundreds of PACC cats that nobody wants.

The adoption coordinator at PACC knew immediately what to do. While our staff was rescuing other cats whose lives would have ended that day, our little Abyssinian kitten was placed in a box carrier and shuffled in with the other rescue cats.
Counting heads, as I do, when the cats come back from PACC, I said, “Everyone is accounted for. But who is in this box?” The look on everyone’s faces was priceless. Of course they didn’t know the answer. This little angel had just one chance to make it out alive and the decision had been made to take that chance.

I said, “The box doesn’t even weigh anything. What could be inside?” Oh, you cannot imagine the hearts that melted the moment I lifted our little sightless kitten into my arms! Then came the head butt that left no dry eyes in the room!

We named her Braille, but we call her Braillie (Bray-lee) as a term of endearment. She didn’t purr for almost a week after coming to the shelter. Since coming to us, though, she has learned to play with crinkle balls and run with the other kittens…and purr.

Braille will be given the best veterinary care in Tucson and will be available for adoption soon to make someone’s life a whole lot happier!

You can buy bracelets here to raise funds for Hermitage Cat Shelter during the month of April.

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