15-year-old former student Waylon
Klitzman was auctioning his pig, Roo,
to raise money for Neuroblastoma,
a rare type of childhood cancer.
But on the day of the auction, the
bidders in place had already heard
about why Klitzman was selling the pig.
So, instead of the pig just being
sold once at the auction,
the bidders bought the pig three
Each time it was bought, the bidder
donated the pig right back to Klitzman.
That way, he could get even more
money for his cause.
After the fourth bidder turned out to
be the final bidder,
the true scope of these peoples’
good deeds was revealed:
Over $10,000 was spent on the pig.
The boy and his teacher were both
stunned by the response:
“I did not see that coming,” said Klitzman.
“Usually, they just sell it once!”