In response to the recent situation involving Cavaliers being sold at auction, the American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Rescue Trust, Inc. has set up a special fund (David's Fund) that will be used for purposes other than veterinary care and in extraordinary cases may include purchasing dogs in order to save them from harm. We are in need of funds immediately in order to be ready at a moment’s notice should the need arise. We know it will!
Send checks payable to ACKCS Rescue Trust, Inc., c/o Steve Wallis, 6000 High Bluff Court, Raleigh, NC 27612.
Make sure to specify your donation is for David’s Fund. The American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Rescue Trust is a 501 (c) 3 not for profit organization and donations are tax deductible to the extent the IRS allows.
Glenda Schroeder posted the following after donating to purchase dogs at auction: “This is the reason I did what I did yesterday, he would have done the same if he was here and knew about thosefinal 4 boys and I think of it as a sign as I had no hesitation at all. Miss him.”
He so loved the dogs, his children probably, at times, thought their dad loved the dogs more than them (not the case, but close)! His greatest joy was taking one of the dogs every Saturday and Sunday to a local nursing and assisted living home for visits, a routine he never strayed from unless we were on vacation. Even after he became ill he continued, with the last visit as difficult as it was for him he demanded on going so his daughter, Sara, took him just weeks before he died. He would often say he couldn't go somewhere or do something because he had a set time to do visits each weekend. While I would be off doing dog shows, he was doing his thing with visits with one of the dogs. Whenever we had a litter of puppies he wanted me to go with him and take the entire litter once they had their shots as he knew the residents would love the puppies, which of course they did. We know he is up in heaven playing with everyone’s dogs who have gone to the rainbow bridge and handing out treats to all of them all the time, because that’s what he did at home, his job was to spoil the dogs and he did that very well! He was a man who had a great sense and a purpose of giving back to the community with charitable work and contributions, so he would be happy to know this fund was in his name and will help save his beloved breed and provide them with loving homes they so deserve.