Edward Carter. Dying Dog’s Bucket List

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A terminally ill Chinese crested/Maltese mix rescue has his own bucket list.Edward Carter was recently diagnosed with stage 5 lymphoma , and is at the Motley Zoo Animal Rescue in Redmond.He was dropped off last month, and is being treated by Dr.Sarbu at the Veterinary Oncology Center.

There is no cure for Edward’s cancer, although Edward is undertaking his second round of chemo.His next round will be in three weeks time.

Edward’s Bucket List:

Appear on the Jackie and Bender show on Kiss FM.

Dine at Norm’s Eatery and Alehouse.

Doga class

Frolic on the beach

Play dress up in a photo shoot

Ride a ferry- checked

Visit Lucky Jack’s Expresso in Redmond

If you would like to participate in the Flat Edward Carter Project, please email his foster mum at brooke@brookemallory.com

Donate  $1.00 to the Motley Zoo Animal Rescue and receive a Flat Edward Carter.

Donate $5.00 to the Motley Zoo Animal Rescue ,and receive a “pawtographed” Flat Edward Carter.

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2 thoughts on “Edward Carter. Dying Dog’s Bucket List

  1. This is such a cute idea for a post. I really like thinking that maybe every dog has a bucket list. If everyone made one of these for their dogs maybe pets could make a difference in the world. My favorite in here was probably “frolic on a beach.” I love watching dogs on beaches and I think pretty much every dog loves running into the waves. What an awesome post. This is such a cool blog.

    Emma
    http://openhomesopenhearts.wordpress.com/

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