Who We Help

The stories of the pets we have helped below are only made possible through your continued generous support.
Please take a moment to read and donate today with either a one time donation or by becoming a Brodie’s Furever Friend.
Help us grow our list of who we help.  You are giving the greatest gift of all…………..Time.

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Thank you so much for all your help!! Me and JD appreciate it so much.
I will definitely be singing lots and lots of praise to everyone about your wonderful organization!!



Our Brodie Goes Abroad Grant recipient.

Tina has devoted much of her life to helping cats, especially some very special cats in Greece. There is an alarmingly high rate of skin cancer in cats there and so many are left untreated as they are unowned and treatment is not available.
On a trip to Greece, Tina met Simon. She fell in love and brought him back home to the Netherlands, as Simon has skin cancer that needs immediate treatment. After reading his story, we knew we just had to help.



Thank you so much the grant will greatly help.
Our boy likes to sit like a human lol……thank you again sooooo much!


From our family to yours we appreciate thank you. We are very grateful. After surgery she is back to going on walks. She even keeps running up the stairs.



Thank you again for everything you have done and all that you do. I don’t know what we would have done without you! You made our world a brighter place.



Patron is a fabulous dog and cancer warrior.  Here we are on a fundraising walk.



Katie is a wonderful sweet dog and a cancer warrior.  She has had surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.
She has finished her treatment and loving life back home with mom, dad and her best friend Wilson.
Here she is on graduation day!


Kai is a 7.5 year old Vizsla with a nasal tumor and The Brodie  Fund stepped in to help pay for radiation treatment.

From Kai’s mom:

“Kai is a lovely boy, who got a lousy start in life. For the past five and half years he has become a treasured member of our family.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! You have no idea what this means to our family.  I am so grateful!”
(Please visit the Help A Pet Today page to contribute to Kai’s Treatment)


Zoe is a 6 year old beautiful mixed breed .  Zoe was diagnosed with a Mast Cell Tumor and The Brodie Fund stepped in to help pay for surgery.

From Zoe’s mom:

“I can’t possibly thank you enough ! I’m so thrilled!
I’m in tears right now writing this because I’m just so happy it’ll (surgery) be able to happen! If there is ever anything I could do for you please let me know ! I’m forever indebted to you and the Brodie Fund!”


Sora is a 13 year old Australian Shephard rescue.  Sora was diagnoased with Nerve Sheathe Cancer in her paw and The Brodie Fund stepped in to help pay for Electrochemotherapy. treatment.
Please read about Sora, her family and the thank you by clicking the link below:

In memory of our grand-dog Sora. She brought such joy and unconditional love to our daughter Jen and her husband Dave. They traveled the world together on bicycle. Sora became an ambassador of her species in Columbia teaching people about how wonderful it is to adopt a rescue dog.. When she got cancer for the third time the Brodie fund gave them one more precious year together.. Her spirit lives on in all who knew and loved her. She is sorely missed.



From Ace’s mom:
“He is doing amazing. He has pep back in his step and he absolutely loved the bark box you sent. All the treats are officially gone!
He is healing extremely well and at this point you can barely notice he had any kind of surgery.
What you guys do there is incredibly inspiring and I will be forever grateful.”


Dana was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma at 8 years old.  She received a grant from The Brodie Fund for radiation treatments.
From Dana’s mom:
God bless you and your directors.  The grant is tremendous for us.  Thank you so very, very much.
As so well know…I love her so much and she is so especially needed in my life just now.  Your news is a real breakthrough in our recent cloudy future!


Moby at 13 was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma.  He received a grant from The Brodie Fund for radiation treatments.
From Moby’s dad:
“I’m at a loss for words. I don’t even know how else to say thank you more sincerely than just “thank you”. A few weeks ago I didn’t even know that there would be a possibility to get this done and thanks to the generosity and extreme care and nobility from you and your organization, now my cat has a great chance to be alive longer.’  


A remarkable American Kennel Club (AKC) registered golden retriever.
AKC Canine Good Citizen and Registered Therapy Dog who achieved the distinction of “Distinguished” by the AKC with over 500 visits to her credit. A featured instructor in Career Development Institute (CDI) courses that have educated and certified over 1,600 students. She demonstrated the animal human bond, proper dog handling and Pet First Aid specifically allowing students to find her pulse and heart rate.
In 2014 Belle was inducted into the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association (NJVMA) Animal Hall of Fame. This honor has only been achieved by only slightly over 100 animals in the past 21 years. Belle received a grant from The Brodie Fund for chemotherapy treatment at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital.



Baunji and dad Billy are proud members of Team Brodie, where he found out about the Brodie Fund when sharing Baunji’s amazing story.
Baunji was rescued from a high kill shelter just before he was scheduled to be euthanized.  Lucky dog!
The Brodie Fund donated to help with the cost of chemotherapy. Baunji was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma and received treatment at Penn Vet.



Cleopatra was diagnosed with lymphoma on 12/19/14.  Cleopatra had surgery to remove the tumor and started chemotherapy.
The Brodie stepped in to help the owner continue to pay for disease monitoring post-treatment that made a huge impact in the owner’s life and Cleopatra’s care post treatment.

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Bingo received a grant from The Brodie Fund to allow the family to continue with radiation treatment for soft tissue sarcoma.
From Bingo’s mom:
“I would never give up or stop believing in the power of HOPE ..;) & people such as yourself ..Who have made such a difference in the lives of our loved pets that we call family .. and hold close to our heart!”


Salem received a grant from The Brodie Fund for chemotherapy.
From Salem’s Mom:
“What you do is magic and my prayers were answered. I have you and the fund to thank for all of this.”