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
Ghost is an
all-white Pit bull, and heís my gentle boy. I had Ghost a good two to
three months before I found out that he was born deaf.
When people meet him, they tend to think of him the
way society has portrayed Pit bulls to be - mean and vicious. Ghost
doesnít fall into that category at all with his playfulness, gentle
soul and never-ending energy. People fall in love with him.
When people hear Ghost is deaf they always give me
the pity face, but to me I think itís unique! He doesn't know any
better, and in his world, weíre all deaf. Ghost knows sign
language, and heís really attentive to his surroundings. He often
notices things before I do.
Ghost wonít eat unless my other dog, Ali, is eating
right next to him. Theyíre best buds. Ali is his ears, and Ghost is our
protector. When I have my two nieces over for the night, I can
always find Ghost cuddled next to them in the morning.
Itís my turn to protect him now! But I canít
do it without some help. I work and go to school full time and just
need to catch a break. I will be so grateful to anyone who can help us.
Please donate for Ghost, any little bit will help! I don't want to lose
him at such a young age.
Erika Medina, Albuquerque NM
Bear was a rescue, and I fell in love with
him the moment I saw him. I was volunteering for Almost Home
Foundation, and had to pick him up from the vet to bring him to an
adoption show. He never made it to the show! Instead, I took him back
to PetSmart to tell my team I would like to take him home with me, and
immediately began shopping for toys and the stuff he would need. I
asked my friend to hold him while I shopped, and when I was done she
said that Bear never took his eyes off of me - like he knew he was my
My sweet, beautiful dog Bear needs
help now. He was diagnosed with lymphoma on 12/23/14, and was given
only 4-6 weeks to live. With treatment, he has a chance to
comfortably and happily live another year!
The only problem is that the chemo treatments
will cost $5,500. This is sadly not an expense we planned for. I feel
personally accountable for being unable to provide
him with this treatment. He is my responsibility, and I want to do
everything I can for him. My children are devastated as are we, with
We would be grateful for anything we would
receive. Pet lovers
are never ready to say goodbye to their loved ones, and for our sanity,
I need to make sure we try everything in our power to get Bear the
treatment he deserves.
Lisa and Frank DeSimone, Bensenville IL
I got Willi on New Yearís Day, 2007. I had
just lost a beloved little dog, Buddy, and was soon to be divorced.
Willi was my saving grace.
Williís troubles began in August 2014 I was noticing
extreme weight loss even though he was still eating normally. Then, he
couldnít do his business or keep his meals down. His local vet's
treatment didn't help. We saw an ER Vet and by 2am I had no real
information and had to leave him overnight. The next day I got a call
that the x-rays had shown nodules, and he more than likely has some
type of cancer. I was devastated. Later that day, after an enema, he
was finally able to do his business, and out came part of a sock. He
was feeling better, eating, doing his business and back to being happy.
I got some weight back on him and got a referral to an oncology vet.
After an ultrasound and biopsy, a thyroid carcinoma was diagnosed.
His behavior is still upbeat, happy, playful, and
hungry. We needed help. His costs had utilized an entire paycheck and
then some, my rent and my bills were not paid. I live paycheck to
paycheck and used all the CareCredit I had on the ultrasound and his
follow up care visits. I have applied to several funding groups but a
lot of them have no funds, and I cannot afford his needed treatment. We
need your help. Willi and I will be eternally grateful and I will pay
I wouldnít have made it through those days in 2007
had it not been for Willi. Heís such a happy boy, everyone loves him. I
need him in my life as long as possible, he gave me mine back.
Coleen Karten, New Smyrna Beach FL