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Cats and Dogs who Need Donations for Treatment
(When campaign ends, the pet will move to our FUNDED page)
12-year-old Pit Mix
In MBF: 7/1/22
Campaign Ends: 8/2/22
Family: Jennifer Burnham, Greenville NC
Ten years ago, Taeda appeared to live wild in the woods behind my apartment. I don't know where she came from or what had happened to her. She would not let anyone get close to her. After months of leaving food for her while walking, my older dog Pilot, Taeda, started to follow us through our walks. Eventually, she followed me back to the step to my apartment, and I picked her up and carried her inside.
It took two years for Taeda to truly come out of her shell, to ask for and compete for affection like a normal dog. But once she opened up, she was the sweetest dog. She is shyly affectionate, and when she is happy, she is the happiest dog in the world. She prances.
We lost Pilot two years ago, and it hit her very hard. I almost had to start over again, but now we cling to each other. I love Taeda so much. Recently, my sweet girl was diagnosed with a tumor and needs surgery to remove it.
One of my cats fell ill with kidney disease in March, and It took all my resources. I have nothing left, and my friends and family are tapped out. If you could please help Taeda get the treatment she needs by donating to the Magic Bullet Fund for Taeda, I would be eternally grateful.
Mast Cell Tumor
In MBF: 6/8/22
Campaign Ends: 7/8/22
Family: Solveig Harris, Tularosa NM
Henry came into my life quite unexpectedly. I was couch surfing in an apartment where he was being severely neglected. I tried to help his owner take better care of him, but it proved fruitless. Eventually, I knew I had to take him home with me.
Finally alone with Henry, I realized the herculean task that training him would prove to be. As much guidance as he needed, Henry schooled me in turn; I've learned patience, self sacrifice, and boundaries. The lessons he brings daily are valuable beyond measure. He is the best first dog I could ask for.
Recently, we found a subcutaneous mast cell tumor in his leg. Henry is barely 3 years old! I've never before dealt with the anxiety of cancer, or that of potentially losing such a dear friend. Our specialist is confident that amputation will eradicate the cancer and extend Henry's life. However, the fees are tremendous, and this is problem now.
Helping to keep Henry around longer would mean the world to me. Please, please consider donating so I don't lose my strange, precious little man!