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oh poor dear anzia (((((((((healing vibes)))))))))
Anzia met with the Black Rabbit yesterday, and she passed away with the help of a vet. She was having trouble breathing yesterday, and the vet discovered an enormous tumor in her wind pipe. She had a fast moving case of Lymphoma, that was spreading rapidly through her body. Rather than subject her to another surgery, more force feedings and increasing pain, Auntie Heather decided to let her go. Heather and Anzia's sister Kisaya were with her at the end. She is free of her pain now.
oh the poor wee princess... that is very sad. hugs to all who were involved in helping her & caring for her. binky free anzia
This is so sad. Binky free Anzia. :-(
It's harder to watch the video, I can't stop crying.
Poor Anzia. Lymphoma is a nasty thing to have to try and cure in a human, I can't imagine the agony it would've been for the princess bun. She is happy now and binkying in green fields at the bridge.
"My heart has joined the Thousand, for my friend stopped running today."