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Cats and Dogs who Need Cancer Treatment
15-year-old Ragamuffin Kitty
In MBF: 10/10/21
Campaign Ends: 11/10/21
Family: Nicole Raney and Jason Pulley, Atlanta GA
Janelle is truly a one-of-a-kind floof. She is full of personality and loves to meet us at the door when we come home from work - meowing, scratching her scratcher, and then socially rolling for some belly rubs. Janelle is the first pet I have ever had, and the past ten years since I adopted her at the age of five have been so incredible. When we found out Janelle had cancer, our world completely shattered and our hearts broke; it was gut-wrenching to think about a life without her in it. We all know those days are inevitable, but I never expected it to be so soon.
At this point, my fiancé and I are struggling to make ends meet - we have no vehicle due to an accident and are really in desperate need of any financial help we can get. I don't want our lack of finances to keep Janelle from getting the care she deserves She has one life to live with us, and we value every moment we spend with her. Thank you so much to all who choose to donate and participate. We are so grateful and appreciate you. We literally could not do this without you! Janelle is the sweetest, softest, full-of-life cat, and she's still loving being alive and enjoys her time with us. We hope we can have more years to come with our baby floof.
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Malignant Mammary Tumor
In MBF: 10/8/21
Campaign Ends: 11/8/21
Family: Heather Doman and Jay Razier, Lansdale PA
I am a single mom, a fiancé to Jacob, and a fur-mom to my lovable Gigi. Gigi is a 7-year-old pug that I got from my ex-husband. He could not care for her. When I got her, she was behind on her shots and had a bad rash. Gigi sees me go each morning for work. She sits at the window and waits till I get home. When I open the door she jumps in my arms - no matter what I have in them. She knows when any of us is sick or sad. She lights up our life and has made us all so happy. I feel the void I had is filled with her in it.
When I took my girl for her check-up, the vet found a lump near her breast and a big mass. It was the size of a golf ball and hard. When the vet said that it could be cancer, I was so upset. I held it in while we were in the room. When we left I cried so hard in the car, but GiGi jumped into my lap and gave me kisses to calm me down.
GiGi will need surgery to get this removed. She is our whole lives. She is amazing, sweet, loves to cuddle, and is such a good girl. She is not just a dog; she is part of our family. Please help me raise funds to get her the surgery and treatment she needs, please. We can t live without her. She helps me with my depression and anxiety, and she helps my son. She is just a light in our lives. Help us keep her light shining bright for years to come. Please donate.
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9-year-old Pitbull Terrier
In MBF: 10/3/21
Campaign Ends: 11/3/21
Family: Tyler and Alexandria Bunker, Rice Lake WI
Mika, like most people’s furry family members, is more than just a dog to us. She’s been here for every childbirth and has effectively become “one of the kids.” She’s also my emotional support animal and has helped me through many anxiety attacks. I don’t know where I’d be today if it wasn’t for her. As silly as that sounds, she’s more than just our dog. She is always the first at the door to greet me after a day of work and loves to cuddle under blankets. We have so many more plans for our family and Mika is supposed to be a part of our future as a family. Not only that but our 1-year-old wakes up every morning and has to go give her “boppy” a hug and a kiss. It would be heartbreaking if she were gone this soon.
We are so grateful for everything that The Magic Bullet Fund has done so far and will be so thankful for any donations that we receive to help keep Mika in our life longer.
In MBF: 9/29/21
Campaign Ends: 10/29/21
Family: Andrea Carvajal, Hacienda Heights CA
Flash came into my life almost four years ago from a rescue. He has the kindest heart and funniest personality I have ever seen in a dog. Every day when I would come home from school, I got so excited to see him right at the door when I would open it. Everyone who comes across Flash has fallen in love with him. Once I learned Flash was diagnosed with lymphoma, I was devastated. I cried for two weeks and did not leave my house at all. To hear your dog has cancer and, without treatment, he may have a month to live is heartbreaking.
He is more than my dog; he is my child. He can not speak for himself, so I will do all I can to fight for him and get him to enjoy a longer life with me. I recently graduated college; I am unemployed and can barely cover vet bills. Absolutely anything helps, and I appreciate all donations to Flash's treatments. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy. It is a long journey to hopeful remission. I am beyond thankful for the Magic Bullet Fund and all of you who donate.
10-year-old Domestic Shorthair
Mesenchymal Cell Tumor
In MBF: 9/24/21
Campaign Ends: 10/24/21
Family: Esther Watkins, North Providence RI
Precious was a stray that could not eat on her own or use the litter box when I found her. She was only about four weeks old. I nursed her to the cat she is today. I suffer from depression, anxiety, and PTSD and do not leave my house much. Even though Precious is not considered my service animal, she provides me with comfort and companionship. I live alone, and back in June, I lost my male cat Gizmo who was another stray that I found 18 years ago. I was devastated when he died. Getting this assistance would be the greatest gift that anyone could give me. I just want to give Precious the best life she could have.
Any assistance that you could provide, would be greatly appreciated. Since losing Gizmo and finding out that Precious has cancer, I have been devastated. Since June I have lost my Aunt Joyce, Aunt Betty, Gizmo, and my mother. It has been a terrible summer for loss. Please help me with saving my family member Precious. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
FAT DADDY GILLIAM
6-year-old South American Piranha Dog
Mast Cell Tumor
In MBF: 9/16/21
Campaign Ends: 10/16/21
Family: Tatianna Gilliam, Los Angeles CA
Fat Daddy and I met through the breeder I purchased his daughter from. He had just turned 2 years old and the breeder was done using him for breeding purposes, so I took him in. I thought it would be cool for my pup to have her father and grow up with him. When the breeder first brought him to me I was amazed at how physically fit and buff he was, so the first thing I said when I first laid eyes on him was “Oooooooh-weeee Fat Daddy” and that’s what he refers to ever since. The most special thing about Fat Daddy is his calm, reserved, cuddle-bug demeanor. All he cares about is loving and being loved on. Everyone immediately falls in love with him because of this. His daughter, Nahla Zendaya, loves him to death and the two are inseparable! They even sleep the same, geometrical way, paws and body direction the exact same. They get anxiety when separated for any time and I’m afraid that Nahla will not do well if Uzi were to leave us now. I definitely would not fare well without both of them.
When I first learn that Uzi had the tumor I was devastated and I cried for three days, until I realized crying would not fix the issue. I decided to somehow come up with the money for this surgery and put 200% behind my efforts. I was determined to save his life and give him a more time on the earth. My dogs have gotten me through the loss of family members, studying for my doctoral degree, a serious bout with depression.
I picked up a part time job when he was diagnosed, while completing my last semester of school. It's been a lot to carry for me. I have been a full time student for the past 7 years which is why I can’t afford the surgery and I hope that you will find it in your hearts to help this Navy veteran and her sick pup. Thank you in advance to all those who help the Magic Bullet Fund save the lives of these beautiful animals, who mean so much to their humans. And thank you in advance for helping Fat Daddy give out lots more love and hugs.