During our London trip last month, Sherlock Fans USA, gathered quite a bit for charity, the below donations are the result of that! [Beautiful art above by Kristine Harbek]
$600.00 dollars was donated to Saint Jude and children’s cancer research…
As I’ve mentioned before it’s hard to keep up at times, with my busy lifestyle, so I can honestly say I was heartbroken to hear the news of a cute little pug’s death… He died last week while I was away, and his name was Watson, like John Watson. So in honor of this wonderful little dog and his talented owner… This blog is for you.
Sherlock and the show’s actors have often shown their love for animals, so it’s all about the furry kind, as we remember Watson a cute little pug!
Please sign the petition to stop the abhorrent and needless cruelty happening in China. Those beautiful dogs need our help. Thank you so much. #Yulin @HSIUKorg https://t.co/XpgblfH5cr @HannahArterton @HarlanCoben can you take a pic with your dogs and post to help us? ♥️ pic.twitter.com/Bs7ctllxPY
— amanda abbington (@CHIMPSINSOCKS) June 7, 2018
Taking it Beyond Baker Street!
Must Watch Shows and Movies, starring our favorite talents!
Have you watched Patrick Melrose yet?
For those that haven’t watched it yet.. Safe is a must! Starring: Michael C. Hall, Amanda Abbington and Marc Warren!
Martin Freeman brilliant as always in Cargo!
Like Molly Hooper in this drawing, I have a deep love for our furry friends! Many of those involved in the Sherlock adore and help animals everyday, Amanda Abbington comes to mind, as she constantly mentions her love for animals on twitter! I think the same can be said for us fans, so I share this in hopes that we can make a difference and help Ripley! (Art by harbek at deviantart.com)
My friend, Mae who has been taking care of this brave kitty the past six months, and trying to find her a forever home!
Ripley’s a super friendly cat despite living on her own for a long time. But she is ready for a new home. Except for one thing.. The vet’s found she has a serious wound, she’s been hiding under her leg. An injury that, if left untreated, will be fatal. Even in so much pain, she is still super friendly and never lashes out- even at the vet or when forced to take pills. But to heal her requires an expensive surgery- one the vet tells us needs to be done very soon (within a week would be ideal). Most potential adopters would likely not want to take on such a burden, and taking her to a shelter would get her euthanized instead of treated.
I ask my friends that read these blogs, to help if you can, and to spread the word. This brave little kitty needs us! https://www.gofundme.com/life-saving-surgery-for-ripley