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Kerious Added to Sponsored Dogs

October 5th, 2014 · 2 Comments



UPDATE 10-05-2014: It hurts me to say this, my Kerious passed on last Monday, September 29th. It was sudden and unexpected, he was in remission just last Saturday, but he took a turn for the worse the day before he passed. My heartaches right now from the pain. He was one of a kind and I will always love and miss him. Thank you, thank you, thank you for everything you have done for me and my Kerious. Please keep me in your prayers.

Kerious I love and miss you so much.

— Tracyi



My name is Kerious ( pronounced curious ) I am an 11 year-old Yorkie and my human mommy found out on the 4th of July I have stage 4 Cancer (Lymphoma). When she found out she was so very upset. She was told if I didn’t get treatment I had only weeks to live but with treatment I could live for a year or more and my cancer could go into remission. Please anyone and everyone reading my story please donate towards my treatments so I can live longer I’m not ready to leave my human mom yet. I am fighting with all the energy I have to live but I really need your help, anything you give will help.

Thank you,

— Kerious

The CCA Board of Directors had allocated $1000 to help pay the costs of Kerious’ treatments.

To help sponsor treatment in memory of Kerious, you can click on the PayPal donate button below or send a check to:

Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc.
44 Devoe Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211


Tags: Lymphoma

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  • 1 Laurel // Nov 1, 2014 at 6:25 am

    My beloved, Britta, a pure bred German Shepherd, spayed female, super active and fit became ill. Thinking she had a cold or sometime very temporary, we took her to say our vet, who was an awesome vet gave her a physical and took some X-rays. The X-rays showed us shocking results, she was riddle with cancer from her lungs, kidneys, liver, you name it she had cancer. Her breathing was starting to labor. I called my husband, who would not believe it and told me to bring her home. He stopped by the vet and saw the X-rays and was convinced we had to do what was most kind for Britta. He came home and we cuddled with her and gave her a many slices of roast beef, she enjoyed, but the breathing became worst and we returned to the vet to let her go to the rainbow bridge. It was only two days from having what appeared to be a happy healthy puppy to losing her to CANCER. She was just turned 9 years old. We were devastated. It’s been 12 years and I still cry when thinking about how I missed the cancer earlier and might have saved her.

  • 2 Apollo // Jan 16, 2016 at 11:50 pm

    My Ángel needs chemo to put him into remission my house full of rescues are my family and In my 35 years of rescues have never asked for help. Apollos chemo Is more than i have being disabled and I need to save my best friend and companions life please any help would be awesome.. Thanks you Louisa and Apollo and the whole gang

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