Making this donation in honor of my furry purry cancer survivor Soufflé. Two years ago today, she underwent a lumpectomy to remove mammary adenocarcinoma tumors. Two years later, she is still cancer-free.
In memory of Dakota who we lost to osteosarcoma 3 years ago today. We still miss you!
In honor of our friends Pam and Ted’s cat Callie who is fighting cancer.
In memory of my cousin’s sweet cat Nellie: “This cat, Nellie, she has been so much for me over the past almost 18 years. She’s been a comfort, emotional support, insistent love (sometimes annoyingly so), and the most constant being in my life. She has been there through so many big changes, through growing up, through losses, through a cross country move, through grad school, through good times and hard times. I will forever be grateful for the 18 years I’ve had with you and will miss you so much.”
In memory of Nea-Nea, an amazing tortie girl who passed away from lung cancer on February 5, 2019.
In memory of Dolly and Diego. I adopted them as litter mates. Dolly died of Lymphoma in 2013 and Diego died on New Years day of 2019.
In both cases the chemo (chlorambicil) helped give us some good quality time together. I don’t know what I would have done if I hadn’t been able to afford their medication. I am so glad to have found your organization at the NYC Cat Camp. If you need volunteers in NYC, please let me know.
In loving memory of Zoey.
In memory or Rockie & Bella
In Honor of Dr. Michelle Morges and her Team at Red Bank. They have been amazing. They have given us our Baby- Samson.
We can never thank them enough.
Eileen and Joe Goodfellow
In memory of Coco Williams 6/1/2016 cancer may have taken her body but her spirit lives on. You were the best dog ever.
Oliver, you are missed every day. Feline leukemia took you over the rainbow bridge at such a young age.
In a memory of Houdini. You will always be my first cat and my best friend. You helped me through the hardest times of my life and you will always remain the cutest koala in the world. I love you with all my heart and always will!
In memory of Riley.
We loved Riley, our dog (with some challenges -epilepsy, Cushings Disease) for 16 amazing years. He was all the more special and we loved him more because of his challenges and unwielding spirit. I think he’s out there somewhere running in the grass, up hills and down dells with Charlie, Briar, Brave and all the other dogs we have loved.
In Loving Memory of Timmy Kusek – your INFECTIOUS smile brightened up the world!
In Loving Memory of Bailey Fried – You gave the sweetest kisses!
In Loving Memory of Teddy Kusek – you stole our hearts and left us with many wonderful memories.
A best friend, a cancer warrior. Everyday was a gift.
In memory of our sweet Delilah and silly Izzy. Forever a part of our family and in our hearts, Wilder and Crosby, Mom and Dad
In honor of Felix and Dafoe
In memory of our beloved cat Cooper who passed away from cancer in 2015. Even after all this time has passed, he is still deeply missed and will be forever in our hearts.
In Memory of Cindy, Dobie, Jinx and Smooshy.
In memory of Gizmo the Wonder Dog. Forever in our hearts.
In loving memory of Rusty and Panelo.
In the most loving memory of our Sora, who was granted a third and fourth life because of The Brodie Fund.
In memory of Diesel, a beloved and stubborn pet of the Rizzo family.
This is in memory of Mackie my beloved Scottie who with courage and treatment at VCC lived 2years with lung cancer.
You were a once in a lifetime best friend, a fighter until the very end. We will miss you every second of every day, but we hope you are running free in heaven <3
In loving memory of Coby who was a great friend and companion.
In loving memory of Pumpkin James a beloved member of the family.
In loving memory of OET who brought us so much joy.
“Keep your face always toward the sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you.”
In loving memory of Kenzie.
In loving memory of Maggie “Mag Pie” Finley.
In loving memory of Bandit “Frito Bandito” Schiaffo.
In loving memory of Buster and Oscar.
In loving memory of angel Teddy.
A cancer survivor who beat squamous cell cancer, but is gone far too soon.