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 Layla Meeks

Our Layla was the sweetest, most loving dog.  She never barked or whined and just loved our whole familly with every bone in her body down to her last breath.  

We will love her and miss her always, but are glad she is in a better place now.


The Meeks Family

Chris, Tricia, Dylan & Sam

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Radio Steineckert

My best friend, Radio, died in my arms naturally from liver cancer at 14 years old on October 17, 2017.  I raised $800 selling 80 enamel pins of Radio, all of which I am donating to Animal Cancer Foundation!

Love live the memory of my Radio!


Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Tristan McCrady

Tristan is the litter mate of my dog Radar.  He could not have had a better home and a better life with his best friend Russell.

We will miss him dearly.

Todd & Radar

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Riley Risovanny

Riley found us and entered our life unexpectedly.  He was the most gentle and sweet little boy, who loved everyone and was happy just to be.  Anywhere he went, he brought smiles, happiness and joy.  He was a small boy, with a very big heart that had space for everyone.  After four months and multiple treatments Riley passed away in my arms.  I'm really sorry we couldn't save you, but maybe one day I will see you again.  We love you very much our sweet boy.  

Twinkle, twinkle, lttle star,

How I wonder what you are!

Up above the world so high,

Like a diamond in the sky.

Dora, Daniel, Victoria and Yuri Risovanny

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Chance Iwata

With love, Nancy 

Animal Cancer Foundation

In Memory of Hondo Periatt

Hondo, German Shepherd, born in Germany on April 20, 2007.  He came to the United States and joined the St. Clair Shores Police on June 17, 2008.

His handler was Officer Christophor Periatt.  Hondo enjoyed working and was certified in several areas.  He was trained to search for lost and/or missing children or adults.  He could detect the odor of illegal drugs.  Hondo could track criminals and identify evidence he found at crime scenes. He could also protect his handler and physically apprehend criminals when necessary.  Hondo served his community admirably.

Hondo was a treasured member of the Periatt family.  He bonded with Officer Chris, his wife Toni, son Collin, his Grammy Shirley, and his two Yorkie brothers.

Hondo died suddenly of cancer on July 11, 2016.  He was buried with full honor guard from the St. Clair Shores canine unit members.

On the one year anniversary of his passing over Rainbow Bridge, Hondo will be remembered on July 11, 2017 at 9:45 p.m with a tribute of Asian lanterns adorned with messages of love sent flying skyward over the pond he loved so much.

He will be eternally missed.

With love,