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Well, that’s the Christmas decorations sorted then:)
Walked into Tesco this afternoon to find £40.00 worth of wonderful flowers reduced to £10.00. They lift my spirits and make me so happy at this dark time of year, I just picked up a huge arm full and bought them, such a feeling of spontaneity, fun and joy!!! And they smell lovely too. Our cottage is so cool at the moment so that I am sure they will last until Christmas Day at least: and even if they do not they will give me such pleasure for every day we have them.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi folks. December is upon us and I have an announcement to make.

Here in Yorkshire we have had our own Christmas Miracle. Due to a large donation made today we have now gathered together . . . . . . . . . . £6077.48       which means we have reached our crowd funding target for Eddie’s rehabilitation.   To all those who have donated, you are all unbelievable and together have totally transformed and given a new lease of life to a little dog who had known nothing but pain and cruelty.

It was the author, the awesome Milly Johnson who today gave Eddie over £500.00 from her recent fundraiser, and is henceforth to be known as Eddie’s Christmas Angel. xxxxxxxx

We still have several months of antibiotics to pay for but we can manage that: the fantastic, supercalifragilistical thing is that Yorkshire folk (and some kind friends from overseas!!) got behind a poor, suffering little soul and gave him back his life.💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓

 

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Stop Press: Milly has just donated another £325.00 from ticket sales to help with the ongoing antibiotics.  Words fail me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The vet imported artificial skin from New Zealand, grafted it over the wound, then took skin from both his cheeks and drew it up over the new skin and grafted the two together.  Incredible surgery!!  He will be on antibiotics for about another six months to make sure the grafts take and that the tissue-eating bacteria has been truly killed off.
Eddie had his stitches out a week ago. Doesn’t he look handsome? We are keeping an eye on the dark patch between his eyes as it does not look like the rest: it has some scabby stuff on it, but so far, so good!!!!!!!!! The vet is very pleased with him.
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The awful ‘before’ as the bacteria eats away at the bones of his skull:
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