Pokémon Company Sends Rare Cards To Boy Who Sold Collection To Save Puppy

Boy Sells Pokemon Cards to Save Puppy

The Pokémon Company has sent a collection of rare cards to an 8-year-old boy who sold his Pokémon cards to fund the medical treatment of his puppy.

The Pokémon Company has rewarded the 8-year-old Bryson Kliemann’s selflessness by sending him a collection of rare cards after he sold his Pokémon card collection to raise funds for his puppy’s vet bills. Despite its initial release in 1996, the Pokémon Trading Card Game has remained consistently popular with fans of all ages, with an overwhelming resurgence in popularity in 2020, resulting in a card shortage.

Bryson, seeing that his pet was infected with a potentially fatal intestinal virus, set up a table in his front yard to sell his Pokemon card collection and raise at least $ 700. Her mother, on the other hand, organized a GoFundMe donation drive. The media campaign was so successful that they raised more than $5,000 to get Bruce out of danger’s way.

According to a WSLS 10 NEWS report accompanied by images showing how he opened his new gift, the puppy is currently in better condition and continues to improve. They stated that any donated funds that were not used for their treatment would be given to other sick pets in the community.

Because of the continued scarcity of Pokémon cards, there has been rampant scalping for large profits, and as a result, most recent news about the trading card game has been sadly negative. Hearing a Pokémon fan use the cards for a good cause is a heartwarming change of pace.