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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: 7/12/22
Campaign Ends: 8/13/22
Family: Damian and Stephania Conti, Greenacres FL
Harley came into our lives about two years ago, at the height of the pandemic. Many dog tracks in our area were shutting down, so many retired race greyhounds needed homes. My first memory of Harley is walking in to meet her, and her walking past my wife and me, and nuzzling and licking our one-year-old son. She's been with us ever since.
Finding out that Harley has lung cancer was extremely painful for me. My mother passed away of the same cancer right around the same time we brought Harley home. We never for a moment questioned IF we would help her, just HOW we would save her. However, these expenses could not have come at a worse time, as we just brought home a newborn baby. The surgery aspect has completely depleted our savings.
She has already had surgery and is recovering well but needs several months of chemo to finish saving her life. By donating to the Magic Bullet Fund, we can keep Harley in our family, surrounded by love. We thank you for your kindness and generosity!
11-year-old Black Cat - Shorthair
Adenocarcinoma - Left Ear
In MBF: 7/10/22
Campaign Ends: 8/11/22
Family: Heather Pinckard and Jayme Styger, Beaverton OR
Squishy immediately enchants everyone who meets him. From me, who has loved him from the day he walked up to me on the street, to the contractor who was only in our apartment for 45 minutes, Squishy insisted he needed bathing. I have never heard this cat hiss or growl, and every vet he meets can't hear his heartbeat over his purrs. He is everything to this family - our family isn't complete without him.
He had a chronic ear infection for a year and a half before we discovered it was cancer. It was something antibiotics couldn't cure. He takes every treatment and procedure like a champ, but we are devastated. It is not fair that a gentle and kind kitty has to go through this, yet he does it purring.
Unfortunately, we can't raise the money for this procedure. We've exhausted our savings for the appointments, the antibiotics, and the biopsy that diagnosed cancer, but the actual surgery to remove the tumor is impossible for us to raise. Please donate whatever you can - and thank you! We greatly appreciate whatever you can do!
7-year-old Hound Mix
Mast Cell Tumor
In MBF: 7/10/22
Campaign Ends: 8/11/22
Family: Paige Lipscomb, Charlottesville VA
Dottie came into my life through fostering at my local shelter. Dottie was emaciated, had never been properly taken care of, and hadn’t lived inside a home for at least a very long time. But she was the sweetest and most welcoming dog I’ve ever met. It was amazing. I will never understand how dogs who are treated so poorly still desire love from people. She was the perfect fit, and I quickly knew this would be a foster fail.
After officially adopting her, one very short month goes by, and Dottie is diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly, I’m told that she has maybe six months left to live if I don’t get her very expensive treatments. This was shocking and traumatic, and I couldn’t believe that I might not be able to help her because of money. I decided right then and there to fight for her!
Fortunately, I found the Magic Bullet Fund, which has so kindly and generously offered to help Dottie. I couldn’t think of a dog in my life who is more deserving of a chance to live her life to the fullest extent possible. Her life before me was awful, and I’m determined to give her a great life moving forward.
Dottie and I are so immensely grateful for any help you can provide. Please donate if you feel touched by Dottie’s story. Thank you!