What I really meant was that I, personally, would save up in my own "Buzzy 
Fund".  Yours would probably be a BooBoo Fund.  I have been thinking all day 
that I would like to ask the people who give me Christmas gifts to donate to 
my Buzzy Fund instead of giving me a gift. I am 51 years old and I sure 
don't need another ill fitting sweater or gim-crack, but I would be so happy 
to be able to give to the kitties in any possible way...   I could also add 
to a change jar, or put money in that I receive by cutting hair on the side. 
So many different ways that might add up to something that would help.  If I 
knew in my heart that I was doing it because of my darling Buzzy it would 
make me feel somewhat better.  Most of us have lost our own beloved "Buzzys" 
over the years.  I think my first Buzzy fund donation will go to James as 
Jane suggested.  The idea is still too young to decide what to do beyond 
that.   Like I mentioned before, I have no idea what the expenses of this 
list are, and maybe the best place to donate my Buzzy Fund would always be 

From: "Lynne" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2008 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Donations

> Dear Sue, I am so sorry for your sadness but I understand.  I will forever
> see our Booboo looking up at me the night we had him PTS as if to say, I
> can't do this anymore.  He couldn't have struggled like your Buzzy if he 
> had
> wanted to.  Lately I've been very sad about letting our old Lenny go.  His
> only crime was that he was very old and after months of watching him
> deteriorate we decided he no longer had any quality of life left.  Now I'm
> wishing we had tried to do more.  It all gets easier over time but never
> goes away.
> I would be honored to contribute to a Buzzy fund.  I'm certainly not a 
> rich
> person by any means and try to contribute to TLC here for giving us our
> beautiful rescued Snowball when I can but I'm sure every dollar counts. 
> If
> someone can provide the details and how to donate I would be grateful.
> Lynne

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