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A friendly Army veteran was on his third of a $50,000 donation on Monday to the western part of the state of New York town — a place where he often brings a box of candy for his furry friends that he, “just likes dogs.”
The gift-meaning of Bob Nowakowski contributed a total of $150,000 to the Niagara County chapter of the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in 2017.
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“We can’t thank Bob enough for everything he has done and continues to do so,” the company wrote in a Facebook post.
The shelter said Nowakowski made the donation as part of a pledge to match the funds raised by the society in the direction of the development of a new surgical suite.
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On Veterans Day back in November, he donated $50,000 towards the bed — it’s the beginning of the promise, according to the SPCA Facebook page.
The company agreed to the promise, and he kept his promise.
Nowakowski has been visiting the shelter every week for nearly 30 years, according to Buffalo’s WKBW-TV.
In 2017, when he donated $50,000 toward a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system to the dog kennel.
On Monday, he presented it to a no kill shelter, with a big $50,000 check.
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Nowakowski has allegedly begun to come to Niagara, the TOWN in the 1990’s. He believed his deceased dog, Chip, is in the shelter in 2004, and they were together for nine years, according to the station. Every time he visits, he pays tribute to his deceased pup-with the shelter keeping a character “In the Memory of the Chip on any one of their kennel doors to the public.