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    Glad you have the wee lad home. He wll heal just fine in the place and with the folks he loves best.....at home with you and the wee one.
    Bless his waggy tail even though he must be so sore.....lots of bad words to whoever, callously left him lying.....hope they discover who......

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    Sorry to hear of your plight and I hope Ozzy makes a full and speedy recovery.
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    Kayli and Tassy send their best. Tassy has been through a lot recently so she has great empathy with Ozzy.

    Maybe he can join them for a dip sometime.
    Last edited by ducati; 10-Jul-10 at 16:06. Reason: finally spelt Kayli right

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    What do you say thats such a horrible thing to have happened, I'm so glad that he is going to recover, poor wee thing.

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    So sorry to hear about Ozzy. Really hope he has a speedy recovery.

    The same thing has just happened to one of the feral kittens that we feed. Little Miss Sunshine, who was only 9 months old, and had become very friendly with my hubbie, following him everywhere. She was in the front garden watching him cutting the lawn, and he just came inside for a minute, but when he went back out she was lying in the middle of the road.

    I know cats can just run out in front of cars, but she always seemed to be cautious when crossing. I just hate that road. We have buried 5 of our ferals this year so far, and not one motorist has stopped. It just seems never-ending and we feel so helpless, but what can you do to stop ferals crossing the road.

    Anyway, just hope Ozzy recovers soon, and good luck trying to keep a puppy quiet for a couple of weeks.

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    I really home all mental and physical scars heal quickly.

    I cannot understand people who leave a poor animal suffering. Why can't they just stop and at least give the poor animal a chance instead of leaving it to die of shock or bleed to death I wouldn't be able to live with myself knowing that there was some poor injured animal that might take weeks to die - horrible thought!

    Away from the nasties now - all the best for healing. I hope you girl isn't too traumatised x
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    ozzy is home.
    tried and sore but cheerful.
    here's pic of him now poor soul.
    thanks to everyone for their kind wishes xx
    Last edited by annemarie482; 15-Jul-10 at 16:13.
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    Poor little mannie! Lots of TLC and he'll come good in no time x
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    ah bless him....poor wee soul....thank goodness he is a hardy chap..xx
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    Aw bless wee Ozzy xx I am sure he is happy to be home.

    Shabbychic I am so very sorry on the loss of your wee kitten.
    I agree that cats can run out in front of cars but, to be honest, too many drivers are driving far too fast and either can't or won't avoid them.

    Heartbreaking!

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    So sorry to hear that, poor wee guy. I do hope he makes a good recovery.
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    Glad to hear he's home.

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    I was delighted to read that you puppy is home with you. What a relief. Surely the person that hit your dog does feel some sense of guilt and maybe they will annonymously send you some money to pay for the vet bill. Afterall that is the least they could do.

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    I was so upset to read about Ozzy, do hope he nmakes a full and quick recovery, poor little thing. As for the driver, well......I better not say.
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    thanks again for all the well wishes.
    on the long road to recovery now.
    he's still quite sore and needing help to lie down etc
    splint will be on for 6 weeks.
    but it's to be expected really after the trauma he's been through.
    he's managing the odd wag the wee trooper! xx
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    Big hugs for Ozzy....bless him.

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    Smile ozzy

    that is a shame what happend to ozzy.
    we are please he is back home with you he looks so cute.
    wish drivers let the owners know and offer to take them to the vets

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    I have ozzy in my thoughts daily wondering how he and your family are doing...so glad to hear he is on the mend....will you post an update weekly for us ...thanks xx
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    awww poor thing eh glad hes ok now
    dont judge staffies...its the owners that should be judged

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    Ozzy's doing really well
    he hasn't chewed off the dressings or splint at all!
    he's got a week to go in the cage yet then 4 weeks of taking it easy before his next xray. hopefully all will be well and he'll be bounding around in no time!
    just now he's sitting up to speak to us, getting a bit bored of his cage and has certainly found his appitite!!
    he wants to say a big thank you to harrolds butchers for they lovely big bones they gave him!
    again thank you all so much for your kind wishes,
    here's a pic of him enjoying his bone! x
    Last edited by annemarie482; 19-Jul-10 at 22:48.
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