You will get an email receipt with tax information. Each campaign runs up to 30 days and starts with a gift from the General Fund. When a campaign is over, the dog moves to the Dogs Funded page. When donations for a dog cannot be used for that dog, they move to the General Fund to help other dogs fight cancer.
Donate by check: Mail to Magic Bullet Fund, PO Box 149, Yorktown Heights NY 10598. Put the dog’s name in the memo line.
* We always need donations to the General Fund to support our launching gifts!
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In MBF: 6/10/2019
Campaign Ends: 7/10/2019
Family: Vera Shiporina and Sergey Fishel
My name is Vera and I adopted my best friend Shadow when he was just one year old. I am a senior citizen and he has been a true blessing. He literally saved me after my knee replacement surgeries, he practically refuse to go outside without me, and I had no choice but to start walking again and he walked very slowly for me to keep up. I am devastated with his cancer diagnosis and that I don’t have financial means to help him. He is only 7 years old and has a chance to live if he gets the surgery. He is friendly to everyone, especially to kids, other dogs and cats. He is my baby and I don’t know how I will survive without him. I’ll do everything I can to save him. On February 4th I already paid $2700 for his surgery and $900 for X-ray and ultrasound and now he needs to do one more surgery that is why I need your help. I will be very grateful for your help. He is too young to die and he is a very good dog. Thank you in advance, Vera Shiporina.
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7-year-old Pit bull terrier
Unknown inflamed, growing mass
In MBF: 5/30/19
Campaign Ends: 6/30/19
Family: Melissa and James Leedy
We adopted Sassy in September 2013, right after our first military move across country to Las Vegas. My sister found Sassy online and told us we must go see her, even though we weren’t really looking to adopt a dog yet. When we met her, we knew she needed to be a part of our family. She has been a mother/protector to our children, sitting at their side every chance she could, especially when they were infants.
When we found out that Sassy has a mass, my sister (who is a vet tech) explained how serious it could be, and we went to see a vet right away. We have just moved across the country again. My husband is medically disabled from the military and we are living on one income with five kids. We are beyond grateful for any and all help that is provided to us to make sure we can enjoy many more years with Sassy.