Art show to benefit Lab dumped on side of road

From the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

Julie, a 7-year-old lab mix, was found on the side of the road: dumped, injured, and needing medical attention. Since then, she has been in the loving care of a Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter foster home with artist and author CJ Clark. Stinger Studio is partnering with CJ Clark to host a benefit for Julie’s medical treatment.

In late April, Julie was found on the side of County Road 175 and FM 2243. She had a trash bag covering her head and body, a wound on the back of her head that extended almost to the skull, and multiple tumors. Upon examination, it also appeared she may have been shot in the hip.

Because of the generous donations of supporters, Julie was able to have spay and tumor removal surgery. She will need to undergo another surgery for more tumor removal and heartworm treatment.

“Julie’s resiliency is amazing,” says Cheryl Schneider, Williamson County Animal Services Director. “She does not hold a grudge for what happened to her. She just wants to be loved – and loves unconditionally in return.”

Everyone is welcome to Art for Aid – an art show to benefit Julie on September 18 at Stinger Studio, 1623 Rivery Blvd. Georgetown, TX from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. On display will be drawings by Julie’s foster to forever mom, CJ Clark. There will also be a special appearance by Julie, herself.


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