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Fun Friday Maddie Update!


Jordan holds the bowl up for Maddie to eat while she wears her cone.  But she got messy and the food was spilling out on him, thus his face here...


Picking up the loose food that's falling and putting it back in the bowl...she's able to stand up on two legs to eat, and just rest on her back legs, then we have to lay her back down in the cage, to keep her laying the rest of the time and let the bones heal.  If we let her out, she tries to stand all the time and walk although she's not strong enough yet.  Three more weeks...miracles are happening!


You can see her little scabs that are fallling off...and new skin/hair growing...yeah!


Better view here...you can see that she's going to be made new!   All the pink areas are where the black scabs fell off and new pink skin is underneath and hair is growing back.  We thought her face was going to be permanently disfigured, but God is so amazing she is recovering.

Maddie gets her stitches out this morning!!!

Comments

Ruth, PA said…
You are so right. God IS working. Maddie looks so much better! As the external is healing, so is the internal...in Jesus name!
Yeah for Maddie!
Michele said…
Her face is looking really nice- healing well
Anonymous said…
She is looking much better - is it wrong to say that I think one of the most comical sights in the world is watching a dog try to eat with a cone on their head? I feel sorry for them and all, but I can't help but giggle at the awkwardness...

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