We have four wonderful nominees to celebrate this year, and each one of them is a legend in his or her own right! Take some time to read over each person, and if you have the time, why not stop by the person's blog to thank them for all the hard work they're doing? After all, it's not everyday that you get to speak to a legend!
Legends, remember to get your button from the previous post! Congratulations to each of you and thank you for everything you do! Thank you also to those who nominated others for this event! You helped make it a success!
Located just outside of Dallas, Texas is a wonderful house with wonderful spirit...approximately twelve spirits to be exact. Maw takes in rescues that most people would turn a blind eye to, and she does it with love. Also, she has worked to have laws passed against animal cruelty in Texas. Her three nominators are The Meezers, Parker, and Zippie, Sadie, and Speedy.
Located across the Atlantic is our good friend, Crazie Queen. Though she always has some sort of cause tucked away in her sleeve, her latest adventure is the Race for Life for cancer research. Let's just hope she runs in something befitting a runner and not all of the heavy armor from her reenactment tour in Italy! Her nominator is Bob-Kat, a fellow Brit herself!
I have known Auntie P for quite some time, and it always amazes me the lengths this wonderful lady will go to for felines. From explaining to you how to grow the most luscious cat grass, informing you on how best to get clean soiled laundry, or showing you how to keep your cats off of your furniture, Auntie P knows it all! Currently a foster mom, she is helping save many feline lives in Singapore. Her nominator was Five-Cat Style.
Another wonderful person to have in our Legends Ball! Once a year, DKM (short for Diva Kitty Mom if you're not in the know!) raises money in the San Francisco area to support AIDS research and hospice support. Deeply committed to the cause, DKM raised $1,000 last year through contributions on her blogsite. Why not help her hit that mark again by paying her visit? Better yet: Have her blow that mark out of the water!