Help Jonathan, Cailey & The Doggie Depot
Jonathan Linenberger and Cailey McCuiston, owners of Doggie Depot in North Boulder have suffered like many have in the area of Boulder County with the recent major flood. Doggie Depot has been an established dog daycare/training business for over 10 years. Jonathan and Cailey are unique owners who utilize their true love for animals as a guiding principal for conducting their business.
Doggie depot was significantly impacted with water damage inside and several feet of mud and debris in the outside dog play yards and the driveway to the business. In addition they lost their home, contents, personal belongings, and car in Lyons, Colorado. They had no flood insurance for the business or for their home. Luckily they were able to get out of their home and rescue their two dogs, two cats, and two other dogs they were caring for before the wall of water came through their home. They all were evacuated to Lyons Elementary school for multiple days.
Doggie Depot also suffered a fire fire 3 years which totally gutted their building and put them out of business for six months. Their persistence and love of their dogs helped them recover and reopen Doggie Depot. Jonathan and Cailey are dedicated to their current customers and their special dogs and will strive to reopen the business and continue to provide their service to the North Boulder area.
Jonathan and Cailey are the type of people who generally donate to others in need and are very uncomfortable asking others to help in their time of need, but they need others to help them now. Their number one priority now is getting back in business taking care of their special dogs. They are currently living with family in Westminster. Thanks for your consideration.
4525 N. Broadway
Please remember them with any donations and your prayers. They have a long road ahead of them .
Jonathan and Cailey are very good people and animals are their life. It takes quite a sum of money to buy a new car and refurnish everything that was lost in the house. It also takes a lot to ask someone for donations. I'm not sure how long I should continue to ask. Please there is a need. The house is full of mud and stink. All furniture was destroyed by water, mud and stink. Please find it in your heart to share your kindness with them. Thank you! the