Doggy Wish List & GoFundMe

Please help me provide for my homeless friend’s two lovely doggies, by purchasing an item on my Amazon Doggy Wish List or donating to my GoFundMe account…which second account is for covering veterinarian expenses (but also covering some needs that the wish list hasn’t fulfilled on any given month, such as food or medicine). I am a senior citizen on a low income, and cannot afford to provide much for them, except some dog food, and a sanctuary from cold nights or the rain. My street friend and I have known each other for more than nine years. Note: items on the wish list are categorized with priority ranging from highest to low…so make sure to read the priority status beside each product. For example, if I have more than enough dry dog food for the month, I will reclassify the item as “low.” Please realize that I may need some items more than once per month, as my homeless friend’s possessions are prone to theft or excessive wear and tear. Thank you so much for your kindness! My street buddy has had both dogs for almost two years now, and takes great care of them, as best he can.

FYI: I’M NOT TAKING ANY HANDOUTS! In exchange for your generosity, I will churn out one great tale each week…either about the doggies, or any other theme that strikes my fancy. But I assure you: they’re  gonna be mostly about my street friend’s two “brindlekins” (I just made that word up; dontcha love it). You can follow my adventures with Deek and the two half dachshund/half terrier mutts, Wiley and Taco, on this blog. If you subscribe, you will be immediately informed of the latest tale, via email.

2 Responses to Doggy Wish List & GoFundMe

  1. Sarah Wachtel says:

    Zeke, I am trying to purchase off your wish list and it is not showing as having your address. Am I doing something wrong?

    • ZekeBlog says:

      You won’t see an address, as Amazon doesn’t reveal it…but you should see my name. Amazon has my address in their database, so know where to send it. Thank you for your kindness, Sarah.

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