ENTERTAINMENT

KID SELLS HIS POKEMON CARD COLLECTION TO PAY FOR PUPPY’S LIFE-SAVING SURGERY

WHAT HAPPENED?

Eight-year-old Bryson Kliemann was building up his Pokemon card collection when his puppy, Bruce, became sick.

According to a report by ABC News, the dog was diagnosed with Parvovirus, and needed emergency surgery that cost $700.

- BRYSON KLIEMANN

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It made me sad. Usually my brother and sister play together, and I have nobody to play with except my dog.

When the boy couldn’t afford to pay the bill, he decided to sell his TCG collectibles after hearing about their insane value in 2020.

After it went viral online, fans rallied behind him and donated over $1.8k to a GoFundMe so he wouldn’t have to sell off his collection for the surgery.

“I was so happy because I wanted to get him back,” Kliemann exclaimed after finally being reunited with his dog who was saved due to Pokemon cards.