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Cream Puff the TriPawd

Right now we are both hurting – me and Cream Puff

Cream Puff the TriPawd


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Hi there! My dog’s name is Astro, and this is his blog. Astro lost his front left leg due to osteosarcoma, and I want to share his canine cancer treatment plan and progress to help others going through the same thing

…or something like this:

Woof! My name is Daisy. I am a two year old German Shepherd rescued from a neglectful home after losing my right rear leg from being tied up on a chain all my life. I’m much better off now am here to prove to others that it’s better to hop on three legs than to limp on four!

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2 Comments so far ↓

  • forcreampuff

    Cream Puff is a 10-year-old Siamese cat that used to run meet me at the door when she heard my car pull into the garage. She exited her 8-foot high cat tree by jumping directly to the floor. Then came osteosarcoma – and amputation. That was 10 days ago. Now she trembles when I pick her up, she hides in a box under the bed, and all I know to do is take her to the vet – again. She looks the way I feel right now, really depressed.

    • admin

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