MONEYWATC  Death of Jon Stewart's dog prompts flood of donations to animal shelter

 Jon Stewart's sad farewell to his dog Dipper on "The Daily Show" made the New York City animal shelter the pup came from flooded with contributions  

 . A week later, the money keeps coming.  

 "We're just shy of $50,000," Animal Haven executive director Tiffany Lacey told CBS News four days after the show aired  

 the gifts "This is a big deal, and it's unexpected," she remarked.  

 The cash pot grew by $10,000 three days later. "We are at $60,000 now and they are still dripping in,  

 Lacey report late Monday afternoon.  

 Lacey said, "This is in memory of Dipper, so the donations will be used for the dogs," including vet care, training, food, and treats.  

 Manhattan's $3 million no-kill shelter houses 100 dogs and cats.  

 

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