Dogs Who Need Donations for Cancer
* Each dog receives a General Fund
distribution to start their fundraising campaign. Fundraising
remain open for one month for dogs in chemotherapy. For dogs having
surgery or radiation therapy, campaigns remain open until the day before treatment, up to one
month. Donations that cannot be used for the dog they are meant for
will be reallocated to the General Fund so that we can help other dogs.
You will receive
a thank you from Magic Bullet Fund, with information for your
Cosmo is spunky, very talkative, friendly,
sweet, and playful. Born in New Orleans during Katrina, we adopted this
sweetheart in Christmas of 2005. After such a scary life during
Katrina, we vowed to give him the best life we could.
On Tuesday, October 14th, Cosmo's throat seemed to
swell up overnight. He was taken to the vet October 16th, and then we
got some very bad news. Cosmo was diagnosed with lymphoma. He was
already having trouble eating, so we had to act fast.
Both me and my partner were unprepared for this. Chemo is
expensive, but we love this dog and we have to stay strong for him. We
want to get him through all of his treatments, but we will need some
help. Unfortunately, due to life's unexpectedness, I literally have
less than $10 to my name right now. We are desperate.
We're blessed to have gotten such kind support from
our friends and family to start his treatment, and now from Magic
Bullet Fund. We are amazed by this kindness bestowed upon us. Cosmo is
very special, please donate to help us give this dog a second chance.
Melissa Albino and Michael Spanier, Burlington TX