Have fun and help the animals by bidding on these great items.

Proceeds from this auction will go to pay for the dentistry of older cats under the care of ORA - Organization for the Rescue of Animals. Decayed teeth and infected gums are a source of health hazards in cats, such as kidney, liver and even heart failure. Since ORA is strictly no kill, we always have a number of older cats on the waiting list for dentistry. It is a costly procedure, but it is necessary.

Take home some valuable items and help an older cat stay healthy.


How to bid

Email your bid at oraauction@aol.com or call your bids in at 416 726 8895. Please do not forget to provide your first and last name, your full address and telephone number as well as the item you are bidding on and the amount of your bid. All contact information will be kept confidential. Select a nickname that will be used to keep track of bids on the website.

How to donate items for future auctions

We are planning to make the silent auction a regular feature. If you have items to donate (antiques, memorabilia or any other item suitable for an auction), please call Corinne at 416 726 8895. Tax receipts will be issued for resale value of donated item.

This auction will close at 11:59 pm of October 31, 2006.
Accepted payments: Visa, MasterCard, money order or bank draft

 

Item #1

Solid Wood Wash Stand
Good condition
27” width
34” height
20" depth
Opening bid: $200.00
Bid increments: $5.00


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    Highest bid to date: $210 by Sheila (Newmarket)

 
Item #2

Large canvas and metal trunk
with cedar interior
(one strap broken)
34" width
26" height
20"depth
Opening bid: $150.00
Bid increments: $5.00

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    Highest bid to date: $155 by Alex (Mississauga)

 
Item #3

Small canvas and metal trunk
with cedar interior
(one strap broken)
28" width
24" height
16" depth
Opening bid: $100.00
Bid increments: $5.00

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    Highest bid to date: $115 by Helen (Toronto)
     

These items have been generously donated by Mrs. Bonnie Jaakkimainem.