* Each campaign has 30 days to raise funding for surgery or chemotherapy and begins with a launching gift from the General Fund. When dogs are finished raising funds, they move to the Dogs Funded page.
In MBF: 7/26/16
Campaign Ends: 8/26/16
Christy and Juan Perez
“Lilly is my husband’s dream dog. She does not have service dog training but shortly after getting her, she learned many of my Husbands PTSD, TBI, and seizure cues. She provides many of the functions of a service dog such as keeping him seated when he is super stressed by sitting on his legs or laying across his lap for him to pet her. Lilly was diagnosed with Lymphoma when we noticed a swelling on the inside of her back leg. There was never a question we were going to have her treated. We have a responsibility to her just like one of our children. Unfortunately we are limited in our funds because we recently took on two kinship foster children in addition to our four children. We researched organizations that aid animals with cancer and are eternally grateful to the Magic Bullet Fund and all who donate to help sweet Lilly. You are helping a disabled Veteran get a more time with his lifeline.”
Mast cell tumor
In MBF: 7/11/16
Campaign Ends: 8/12/16
“I rescued Maison from a high kill shelter three+ years ago. He had 3 days before euthanasia and nobody wanted him because he was abused and used for fighting. The moment I saw his face and looked into his eyes, it was an instant connection. From the day I brought him home, he was well adjusted and loving. From that day on, we have been inseperable.
Maison gives the emotional support I need. He has helped me through the lowest points in my life. My younger brother committed suicide two years ago and without Maison by my side, I don’t think I would have been able to shake the despair and deep depression. I couldn’t imagine my life without him.
I noticed a lump on Maison’s rib cage and took him to the vet, thinking it was a cyst. When I heard it was a malignant tumor, my heart sank. I felt hopeless and helpless. In my current financial situation, I cannot pay for Maison’s surgery. I left my job after my brother’s death and since then it has been impossible to find work.
Maison is my world and my life. I scoured the web thinking there’s got to be some help out there. Then I found MBF and I knew if I could just find a way to explain to them why Maison is so extraordinary, some wonderful guardian angel might help me get him the help he needs.
I will be forever grateful, humbled and indebted to any amazing selfless individuals that can donate to help save Maison’s life (and, in turn, mine). Your kindness, compassion and empathy make you the true definition of a human being.”
Osteochondrosarcoma (bone cancer)
In MBF: 7/7/16
Campaign Ends: 8/8/16
Amanda Davidson and Mike Nash
“We have had Sweetpea since she was born 4/24/2008. I came home from work and saw the cutest bundle of fur. It was love at first site. Sweetpea has been my best friend and support thru all my surgeries never leaving my side.
Last month Sweetpea was diagnosed with a cancer sarcoma by her eye. We were devastated. I have spent all my savings on biopsy and medication. She now has to have life saving surgery. She might lose her eye but will go on to be happy and healthy. We are needing your help. Sweetpea’s dad had knee surgery and is not working and my disability only allows me to work part time. I don’t want her to suffer because we can’t afford surgery she has to have.
I have tried everything to get help. Luckily I found the Magic Bullet Fund who are willing to help us. I am very grateful anyone would help.
Please help my baby Sweetpea. Thank You and God Bless!”
In MBF: 7/6/16
Campaign Ends: 8/7/16
“My name is Glenn Cox and this is my best friend Isabelle. Isabelle has been diagnosed with Stage 4a Lymphoma. I am hoping that you will help me help her fight this cancer.
I am a Disabled Vietnam Veteran and I do not have the money to pay for her treatment. Isabelle has always been there for me. I have had two heart attacks and I believe the only reason I survived was because of her. She never left my side. She gave me a reason to get up in the morning and not give up.
It is not easy for me to ask for help but I would do anything for my Isabelle. Thank you in advance,
Glenn and Isabelle”