Cancer is the #1 disease-related killer of dogs and cats. That's a devastating statistic and we want to help do something about it!
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, cancer will cause 50% of deaths in pets over the age of 10. In fact, cancer is the number one cause of death in both cats and dogs. In the past a cancer diagnosis was a death sentence, but that is changing with the expansion of research and treatment options.
Greater Good is working to identify and fund cutting edge pet cancer research. Research is a critical first step to finding preventative measures and ultimately a cure for this terrible disease. 100% of your donation will go to helping find new treatments for pets stricken with cancer.
You can help. Just $10 goes a long way in helping fund pet cancer research.
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.
Animals get cancer too...My sweet cat Annie had breast cancer..I rescued her from a shelter..No one wanted her because she was a senior.. A few months later felt a lump..We had the lump plus all her glands removed..They opened her all the way down..from one end to the other...Once that healed she had to go through another surgery to remove all from the other side..She was a real trooper ..took it better than me...but was painful...She is now cancer free but, the percentage is high that the cancer will come back in her lungs..So we cherish each day together..No matter if cat or dog they can get cancer.. Sadly not everyone is aware the risk is VERY HIGH if they are not spade or neutered at a young age. Hopefully if Annie or myself can save just one animal with this info would be a blessing....
This is in memory of my beautiful Boxer who passed away in February from lymphoma. So happy to help fight this terrible disease.
The opportunity to make a donation to fight cat cancer could not have come at a better time as my Mom's cat has cancer. This is in honor of you, Silverbelle!