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Patsy Topping Earns Lifetime Achievement Award From ARF

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Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time.   COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time. COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time.   COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time. COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time.   COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time. COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time.    COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time. COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time.  COURTESY ARF

Patsy Topping is being recognized by ARF with a lifetime achievement award for her years of service rescuing dogs from kill shelters in South Carolina and transporting them north. She will be honored during ARF's Bow Wow Meow Ball, a virtual event this year, on August 14. She started the effort around 2010, and has saved thousands of dogs and cats during that time. COURTESY ARF

authorCailin Riley on Aug 11, 2021
Patsy Topping tells a story about a dog she rescued that brings to mind the first line of E.B. White’s classic, “Charlotte’s Web.” Instead of young Fern asking “Where’s Papa... more

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