November 23 2010
Bay Area Charity Scores Swag From Oprah
A nearly four-year-old dog rescue organization from San Francisco found itself in the national spotlight, thanks to the generosity of the nation’s talk show “queen,” Oprah Winfrey.
Since 2007, Muttville has rescued more than 800 senior dogs destined for euthanasia, instead finding permanent homes for them.
Muttville founder Sherri Franklin and volunteer Patty Stanton were recently invited to be in the studio audience at the Oprah show. What they didn’t know was that they were going to be a part of “My Favorite Things,” a telecast that finds the audience showered with gifts for the good deeds they’ve performed. …