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Cats and Dogs who Need Donations for Treatment
(When campaign ends, the pet will move to our FUNDED page)
In MBF: 5/12/22
Campaign Ends: 6/12/22
Family: Charlotte Bryant, Austin TX
I adopted Sadie in March 2020. Sadie was abused, scared, and VERY overweight. I helped her lose 30lbs, learn what love is, and become confident! We love to go on hikes together, to the beach, and on road trips.
Sadie has been my rock. Not only did I save Sadie, but Sadie also saved me! I was diagnosed with a health condition right as I adopted her.
On 4/25/2022, Sadie was diagnosed with lymphoma. My world literally came crumbling down. I cried straight for five days, feeling hopeless. I decided I could fight for Sadie as she was fighting to stay with me. I could tell she was asking me to help her! I booked an appointment with the oncologist and started working with a holistic vet and a canine dietitian.
This girl is my heart dog and doesn't deserve to leave the world yet. Her life only just began with me two years ago. I am asking for help with Sadie's treatment because I do not have the $8000 needed to help Sadie. I wish I did. Thank you for reading our story and wanting to help Sadie beat this!
10-year-old Catahoula Leopard Mix
In MBF: 5/12/22
Campaign Ends: 6/12/22
Family: Moises Pimentel, Seattle WA
My name is Radio, and I’m a Catahoula Leopard mix. I’m currently 10 years old and live in Seattle, Washington. I love going for walks on the beach, receiving treats, and sleeping with my blanket.
Sadly, I was born with leg malformation in Mexico City, and at just 3 weeks old, I was left at an animal market, barely hanging on for my life. When I was rescued, I was very sick, and it wasn’t certain that I would make it. I had multiple infections and diseases, including parasites and puppy flu. Thankfully with a lot of love and care, I became better, and up until the last year, I have been living a very healthy life.
I recently developed a lump on my neck that rapidly grew in size. When I went to the vet, they discovered more lumps. The lumps were tested, and it was confirmed that I had lymphoma.
I have two options. One is to take Prednisone which will allow me to live about 2 months. The other is to have chemotherapy, which will give me a 50% chance of surviving for a year or more. We are starting chemotherapy, but it is so expensive! I already had one month of treatments, and it is working! If you can, please help - donate so I can finish the chemotherapy treatments. I’m not ready to say goodbye to my family. Anything you can contribute will help me. Thank you!
11-year-old Pit Bull
In MBF: 5/5/22
Campaign Ends: 6/5/22
Family: Debra McDermott, Johnson City NY
Treasure is a charming girl and the most significant part of my life. She is loving, protective, always by my side, and happy when family and friends are over to visit. She immediately welcomes them and me at the door with a wagging tail and doggy kisses. Treasure is essential to my family and me because she IS a part of our family.
IT WAS A VERY EMOTIONAL MOMENT when I first found out about Treasure’s cancer. Knowing that I am on SSI and cannot afford to give her the needed treatment, I didn’t think there was any hope of saving my best friend. I am so appreciative and cannot show enough gratitude to those donating to help save Treasure’s life. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your good acts of kindness and support.
9-year-old Beagle/Boxer Mix
In MBF: 4/24/22
Campaign Ends: 5/24/22
Family: Rod Wienke, Arlington Heights IL
Boomer loves chasing smaller animals with his crazy prey drive. He also chatters his teeth when he gets very excited or when I hug him. He is a huge part of my life and my best friend.
Boomer was diagnosed with type T Lymphoma in December 2021. I lost my job in March, so this is a challenging time, and your help is very much appreciated by Boomer and me alike.
I am trying my best to prolong his life through expensive chemotherapy treatments. We depend on the generosity of folks like you who understand and have a heart for our beloved pets. We are sincerely thankful for your help.
4-year-old Munchkin Mix
In MBF: 4/19/22
Campaign Ends: 5/19/22
Family: Jenny Osman, Brooklyn NY
Gustav is a quirky little rescue cat with short legs, long fur, and the tiniest little meow (and he’s not afraid to use it!). Gustav has brought me company and peace for the last two years in a way I will be eternally grateful. As I worked on food access nearly seven days a week during the peak of the COVID crisis in New York City, Gustav helped me laugh and relax.
I found out that Gustav had cancer after rushing him to the emergency room when he collapsed. A few days later, the tumor in his belly ruptured the wall of his intestine, and he became septic. I opted for surgery over euthanasia, and against all odds, Gustav survived.
I have spent a lot of money on Gustav’s care to date. Now, he faces six months of chemotherapy treatment. Without financial support, I wouldn’t be able to deliver on my promise to give Gustav a chance at living a little bit longer. Thank you so much for your help and support. I am infinitely thankful.