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Dedications

Making a memorial or honor gift to Animal Cancer Foundation is a wonderful way to commemorate your loved ones that have been affected by cancer.  Your gift supports comparative oncology research that brings HOPE for a cure for pets and people.

For a minimum donation of $100, ACF will post your pet’s photo (in a JPG format) and your personalized dedication.

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Pancake

Ten years wasn't long enough, and you went through so much in the last two of them, but you were still an amazing cat.  Thank you for making our lives so much better by just being you.

All the Lives You Touched & Smiles You Created

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Coco

Coco was the beloved cat of Anna  and Hector.  Coco fell to cancer on April 7.  Coco was always sweet and often hungry!  She caught an awfully unfair and unlucky break.  She left us much too soon, and the world is a tiny bit colder and meaner without her.  But every single day she lived, she shared her gratitude and spread joy.

I will miss and remember Coco.

Igor 

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Bentley Glesner

My Dachshund, Bentley, was my best friend in the world for over fourteen years.  I loved him with all my heart from the day I picked him up in Giebelstadt, Germany in 2003.  He was my constant companion through thick and thin to the day of his passing from cancer in November 2017.  He changed my life, and taught me so much.

Until we meet again.

In loving memory,

Jeremy

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Leo and Dallas

Both Goldens and both therapy dogs, Leo died at 10 1/2 years of age within three days of diagnosis of bone cancer.  Dallas died at 9 years old of Hemangiosarcoma.  He lived eight more months after diagnosis, going through five rounds of chemotherapy with a clear scan after treatment.  Unfortunately, four months after treatment, the cancer spread to his lungs.

Miss and Love You Both So MUCH...MOMMA and Daddy

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Connor Davis

Connor was diagnosed with advanced renal lymphoma less than two weeks ago.  In that time, his condition deteriorated rapidly.  He wasn't a candidate for chemotherapy because although he was a sweet and loving cat at home, he was very reactive at the vet's office and required sedation for pretty much anything.

Miss you, Conny.

Love, Mommy

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Tanner Colera

Tanner, a Karst Shepherd and my best friend.

Till we meet again.

Love always, from Tony and Priscilla