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Cats and Dogs who Need Donations for Treatment
(When campaign ends, the pet will move to our FUNDED page)
Mast Cell Tumor
In MBF: 1/3/22
Campaign Ends: 2/3/22
Family: Mari Rotella, Canyon Country CA
I adopted my Boxer Buddy 🐶 when he was six weeks old. Sadly, Buddy's mom was hit by a car, and the puppies were rescues. My other Boxer, Naps, needed a friend, and Buddy was a great fit. Buddy had a rough start in life, and he's been everything to my kids and me. He'll push up on you and become very vocal when he wants to be pet and loved. He's my world! I'm in a wheelchair, and Buddy is by my side every day.
When his vet told me he had a mast cell tumor and needed surgery, it was devastating for us. He's getting older but still has so much spunk. I'd be so grateful if you could donate to the Magic Bullet Fund for his surgery. It is very much appreciated, and Thank You!
5-year-old Pit Mix
In MBF: 12/29/21
Campaign Ends: 1/29/22
Family: Dezire Jones, Fort Plain NY
Anyone who has had the pleasure of meeting Caroline has always ended up calling her Sweet Caroline, a very fitting and true name. I rescued Caroline from a backyard breeder when she was only six weeks old. She was the runt and had been forced to fight for food against her bigger siblings. She captured my heart from the moment I met her, and I knew I’d do anything to protect her. It sounds cliche, but I thought I was the one doing the rescuing that day, but instead, she’s rescued me.
Caroline is my soulmate, rock, stability, and best friend. She has two other siblings who love her just as much as I, and anyone who meets her instantly falls in love. Caroline is our light. She has carried me through the darkest times of my life, and now it is time I carry her through hers. Caroline’s diagnosis was devastating to our family, but The Magic Bullet Fund has given me hope at spending quality time with her, and that’s all I could ask. I am a single parent of pets and trying to do what is best for my girl. Would you mind donating any amount you’re able for Caroline? We will be forever grateful from the bottom of my family’s heart. “Thank you” cannot describe enough how we feel right now.
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7-year-old American Bulldog Terrier
Mast Cell Tumor
In MBF: 12/21/21
Campaign Ends: 1/21/22
Family: Silvia Solis Aguilar, Honolulu HI
Aloha. Rusty came into my life five years ago. From that moment, my life changed. He has brought so much light into our home. Everyone who meets him falls in love with his sweetest face and sweet, calming zen personality. Rusty has changed my life for the better and those with whom he has crossed paths in his life. He is a fantastic blessing to all.
Rusty has become my emotional support and strength during difficult times and gives my life purpose. After everything he has gone through, he still finds strength, and I know he’s not giving up! I can see how much Rusty wants to give and share. He pushes me through difficulty with strength, love, understanding, purpose to overcome all daily challenges, and for that, I feel immensely grateful for Rusty! I’m sure many of you understand that special connection. Our pets are our family, and we are thankful for these angels in our lives.
I know that Rusty can have the opportunity for a full life, and I’m asking you for your kind donations so Rusty can have the surgery he desperately needs. PLEASE DONATE to the MAGIC BULLET FUND TO HELP RUSTY! We are so grateful for your kindness and contribution! Mahalo Nui Loa! 🙏
12-year-old Boxer Mix
Adenocarcinoma - Apocrine Gland Anal Sac
In MBF: 12/20/21
Campaign Ends: 1/20/22
Family: Kelsey Morgan, Boulder CO
People in our community know Lexus as “the smiling dog” because she gives everyone an excited toothy grin accompanied by tons of wiggling when she says hello. Lexus came into my life when I found her dumped in an abandoned car. She had clearly been in there without food or water for days, covered in her own waste and too weak to stand on her own. She was parvo positive and spent the first week of our journey together on IVs at the vet. She has been my companion and soulmate ever since.
The news of cancer came as a devastating shock and the vet bills have piled up quickly. She was given a short 6-month life expectancy if we do not proceed with chemo, which is why I am asking for help. Her life and our journey together is far from over. I am truly grateful for any assistance for my sweet, happy girl.