US$195.00raised of $500.00 goal goal
No more donations are being accepted at this time. Please contact the campaign owner if you would like to discuss further funding opportunities
Mr "Bundy" came into our program April of this year. He is a 12-14 year old Boxer with multiple types of cancer. If it had just been a manageable Mass Cell cancer he would have been able to be compassionate adopted, but he had a very large mass on his neck that sadly was not.
So "Bundy" entered our hospice care program. He couldn't have dropped into his foster mom's lap at any better of a time! It happened to be the foster mom's birthday week, and she got to pick him up and told us with tears running down her face "This is the best birthday present I have ever gotten in my life. His name is Bundy and I am in love. Thank you for bringing him in my life"
So starts the forever love story of Bundy's time. He has been undergoing management treatment for his cancers, but as cancer does a tumor popped up quickly and ruptured. However there is hope... Our amazing team at Animal Hospital of Regency Park in New Port Richey, FL believe this tumor, and the second one that is forming will be able to be removed and Bundy will have a quality of life for some time after removal.
As long as he will have a pain-free quality of life for some time, that is what matters to our Hospice dogs. Quality - Pain free time with their hospice family.
Most all of our Hospice dogs care is sponsored by the hospice care parents or donors when they are taken into the program, however when something like this comes up where there is another option to give them a longer quality time the funding isn't always there so we fundraise to help support the Hospice care family.
Now is the time to help support Hospice Care Bundy for quality- pain free fun life. Can you help us with our goal?
Donations can be made directly to the Attending Hospital: Animal Hospital of Regency Park 7741 Congress Street New Port Richey, FL 34653 (727)848-6247
Or to the fundraiser here:
Surgery Day!Update posted by Rugaz Rescue Inc at 09:55 pm
Update 1:Mr Bundy had surgery today and he's out and doing well. We started out removing the one ruptured tumor on his shoulder, but finding out the cells were similar on 4 other tumors so they were removed during this time as well.So recovery is going to be a little. . . . .