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"Da Ruba Girl"

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Title: Da Ruba Girl

Artist: Cari McNeal

Medium: Colored Pencil

Dimensions: 11" x 11" (Framed)

In Loving Memory of Kenny Chesney's beloved pitbull, Ruby, "Da Ruba Girl"

Last December, after Kenny Chesney's beloved pitbull, Ruby passed away, he wrote and released a song about his "Da Ruba Girl"

He announced all proceeds of the song will be donated to STRAY RESCUE of ST. LOUIS.

"Losing Ruby has left a hole there are no words for... To honor her life, it only made sense to let "Da Ruba Girl," the song she inspired, pay it forward by helping the incredible people at Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Ruby was everything good, and in her memory, this is her way of continuing to give and bring love where it's most needed." - Kenny Chesney

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*If you are the winning bidder and are not in attendance to pick up your item(s) the night of the event at the Four Seasons Hotel artwork will be available for pick up from the Pine Street Shelter starting Tuesday, August 15th. Artwork will NOT be available to pick up before this (unless you are notified otherwise via email). If you are not local to the St. Louis Area, shipping is available for this item upon request (for an additional cost which will be calculated for each piece individually). All winning bidders will receive an email with more information once the auction has closed.

Donated By Cari McNeal