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Hair today, gone tomorrow for Cian's Kennels

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"Hair today, gone tomorrow" for Cian's Kennels.

Is é sin, mise, Éamon Ó Ceallaigh

I'm going to get " hairless" for
Cian's Kennels. Tom O Brien, who sadly passed away in May, this year,
suggested, way back in January, that I
get the hair cut and give any funds
collected to Cian's Kennels.
Well, the time has come.

The other day, I sat in a queue for the
barbers, (for an estimate) , when I
heard the guy behind me postpone his Summer holidays, to December,
because I was ahead of him.
I began to feel guilty. No, ,not really,
(well, just a little bit) and had 2nd

I thought,     Who else cuts hair? 
Kennels?   Vets??   Sure.... 

Yes.   Why not? 

So, Chloe of Crandara Vetinary Clinic,
has agreed to do the deed. She has
assured me that the shears will be


to ensure the animals won't be in any

Ist week in August is the cut off date. 

Cian's Kennels (, a charitable organisation, set up by
Evelyn and Enda Neary of Killashee,
Co Longford, in memory of their son,
Cian, aged 15 who passed away on
23th September 2019, after battling
cancer. It will provide an animal
boarding facility near the new
Children's Hospital, bringing sick
children and their pets close together
at times when positivity and hope are much needed.

All donations will go to Cian's Kennels

Go raibh míle maith agaibh arís

Tabhair aire agus fan Slán


Wait till you see what's hiding behind
the hair,

Give what you can, it's worth it and is
really  appreciated. 

Organizer and beneficiary

Eamon O Ceallaigh
County Longford
Cians Kennels

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