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Molly, diagnosed with Cushings Syndrome, 11 year old maltese/shih tzu, 22/11/2010, Riverton, Western Australia, Lumix DMC-F3
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Thanks for the feature David. I don’t know how long I’m going to have Molly for as she has been diagnosed with Cushings Syndrome.
How could you not have a great day after this?
Yes that’s true and I appreciate the feature and wish that it also was a magic wand to take lovely Molly’s Cushings Syndrome disease away. Is there anyplace on RB where I can get members to send healing thoughts to her en masse. Its worth a chance. She’s producing too much cortisol for her body and weeing.
Adorable face, congrats on the features!
Thanks Astrid, I looked at your site and saw the Big Ted “its awful saying goodbye”, in light of Mollys issues I thought it quite serendipity.
Thanks Laura for the feature.
An excellent portrait of this beautiful lady!!!! I wish her all the best. She deservesbeing featured!!!! Bill
Thank you so much. She had a bladder infection yesterday and now on antibiotics. I’m not sure how long she’ll be around for.
Congratulations on your wonderful feature,adorable work,anna
Thanks Anna, sorry to read of your loss.
Beautiful portrait of your dear Molly! I hope she is doing well.
Had a terrible scare yesterday as she was bleeding urine. Now on antibiotics apparently it must have been a urinary tract infection. She’s such a sweetie it breaks my heart not to be able to communicate verbally with her. Thanks Pam.
Lovely happy shot of sweet Molly. Congratulations on the features Willi.
a delightful capture of your molly, wilhelmina … i do hope she’s going to be okay
Thanks Carol, it’s not cureable however she’s happy, eating and going for walks occasionally. Time will tell.