Companions In Crisis


The Companions in Crisis (CIC) fund provides financial assistance to help families pay for life-saving treatments for their pets who have been diagnosed with cancer. This program strives to provide pet owners with a sense of hope when facing a cancer diagnosis.

Whether it’s several months or several years, the additional time to spend with one of your best friends is something to be treasured. FETCH a Cure hopes to give you the gift of quality time with your beloved pet.

The program serves the states of Virginia, Maryland, and D.C., and pets who have a confirmed cancer diagnosis.




The Felicia Fund provides assistance to residents of Washington D.C. who have a pet with a confirmed cancer diagnosis. Funding assistance is also available for families who have a pet participating in a clinical trial for cancer; this fund was started by José Harris in honor of his beloved dog, Felicia. Please take a moment to read Felicia’s Story.


In order for an applicant to be considered for review, the following must hold true:

If you need assistance outside the states of Virginia, Maryland, or The District of Columbia, or for something besides a cancer diagnosis, there are other organizations that may be able to help.  Please click on the link below for more information.

Additional Resources