Auctioned mini given back to owner

31 01 2007

A 10-year-old Chandler boy who offered to donate his miniature horse
for a charity auction will get to keep his pet, thanks to two generous
bidders.

Last week Andrew Jentlie, who has diabetes, made one of the toughest
choices in his life. He offered to give up Zig-Zag, his miniature
horse for the past four years, to be auctioned in a benefit for the
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Link (thanks raincoaster!)

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31 01 2007
barngoddess

what a good story! Iam glad this boy was able to keep his pony AND help out to find a cure for his disease.

Diabetes is tough, especially for children.

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