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What can I do about Li'l Bit o' Magic with inoperable hemangiosarcoma of the spleen

AlysonR

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I've never done animal communication, and I know, so far, that that's not what I'm doing, because when the lights are out, I don't have a clue. That said, there is *definitely* more to her story. She's got lipomas everywhere, her lower incisors are worn to nubbins (and she eats dirt daily, and currently several times a day). She's persistent as the day is long -- so I think she escaped from a bad, or maybe just neglectful situation. She's certainly got a will to live, or she wouldn't have lasted as long as she did on the road, despite her fearfulness of people and loud noises. I *wish* she could tell us more, but as I say, she's only just begun to communicate wants.

Thank you for your explanation of how the past helps to understand, but doesn't dictate the present.
 

AlysonR

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She's gone. Magic was feeling very uncomfortable last night and couldn't get up this morning. She didn't want to eat, though she did wobble to her water dish to drink some, before collapsing on the floor. The magic of homeopathy wasn't enough to stop the tumor from bleeding, unfortunately. Not the desired outcome, but not entirely unexpected. In any event, hopefully she's in a better place, now.

I lay with her downstairs last night, so I didn't have to worry about carrying her any place. We had some quiet moments together. I'd like to say she was ready to let go, but she was still looking for a miracle. The homeopathy really did work short term miracles -- getting the blood pumping, mainly, and in that way, bringing her out of shock. But even the Yunnan Baiyao (and the red pills) failed to stop the bleeding. In the end, in a way, it was her heart murmur that killed her.

I do have Merlin (4 yr. old GSD/Husky), though, so I think I'll stay plugged in to see how to keep him healthy.
 

GinnyW

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Alyson, you did everything one could have imagined. Bless you for what you did, and for joining us here to learn and carry on for our animals. Well done, my friend:)
 

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