President and founder Sarah McKillip, treasurer Nicole Hartman and the nonprofit’s mascot, Peggy Sue, a blind pitbull terrier, gifted over 40 residents with new super-soft plush animals.
Residents happily embraced their gently textured toy companions that also aid in stimulating cognitive function and enhancing communication. Peggy Sue won hearts with her happy-go-lucky tail wag and affection.
Memory Care Director Isha Qureshi was overwhelmed with gratitude, seeing the immediate positive impact each toy made. She said, “I am so grateful to The House That Fur Built for visiting Keystone Villa at Douglassville’s Memory Care. The joy it brought to our residents and team is immeasurable.”
The House That Fur Built spreads random acts of kindness with hopes these acts will cause a ripple effect throughout the community, encouraging others to do the same.
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Keystone Villa at Douglassville offers independent living, personal care, and memory care. There are no buy-in fees or hidden costs, and apartments are leased on an affordable month-to-month basis. Keystone Villa at Douglassville is an award-winning community nationally recognized as a 2024 Caring Star by Caring.com, 2023 Best of Senior Living by A Place for Mom, and 2022-23 Best Independent Living by U.S. News & World. Visit www.keystonevillaatdouglassville.com to learn more.