Streamed live on Aug 8, 2019
This is a very easy thing to do! A good deed in a couple clicks of the mouse!
Dog-lovers, cat-lovers, if you have any kinda pets, you can make a difference in the life of a young man battling cancer in Phoenix, Arizona. Simply, share a photo of them and a kind get well wish on the Facebook page that has now went viral: (This is not an actual event, its ongoing)
Please share a photo for Anthony at the Official Facebook Page/event Photo Doggies for Anthony
He made the news recently. See him here.
The top statement from the Facebook page by Anthony’s mom:
Hello animal lovers, its me Kristen Lyons I first of all would like to thank Roberta Lucero-Koron Ro Joe for starting this awesome event. I also want to thank each and every one of you for sending your doggie and occasional kitty pictures. We have laughed ohhhed and ahhed at every single photo and video so far it has really been a Joy and I appreciate everyone sharing their pets with us and the personal messages to Anthony are truly awesome. He is undergoing chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia hes inpatient right now but we will hopefully be out in a few days. I am amazed at how quickly this event has blown up and it makes me so happy to know how many people enjoy their pets as much as Anthony and I do. Your pets have brightened our days so much and it just shows you the power of pet thearapy and animal healing. This just shows what great people animal lovers are and we are really feeling the love from you and your pets in this difficult time. Thank you all so much from the bottom of our hearts. Love Kris10 and Anthony
P.s anthony turned 16 on the 26th and was home. We do go back on the 2nd though for more inpatient chemo. Thank you to everyone.
If you would like to make a financial contribution for Anthony’s journey to wellness, just click his photo below.
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She loves Christmas and wants holiday cards for what will likely be her last Christmas.
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