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Thread: Special needs baby. Possible neurological issues/dwarfism?

  1. #21
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    Default Re: Special needs baby. Possible neurological issues/dwarfism?

    I just wanted to update everyone that my precious little Lefty Lucy passed away a few nights ago. She had been eating well (still on formula, and I was holding foods for her to munch on, as she wasn't coordinated enough to hold food and eat it) ,and doing fine, and the night before she passed she was a little more lethargic than usual, and ate a little less, but my boyfriend said she had eaten lunch well and had been quite active all day, so we hadn't thought much of it. Just figured she was tired from her active day. I snuggled her and made sure she was nice and warm before I went to bed. The next morning she was gone.... We're both quite devastated.
    I had her cremated, and got her precious little tiny urn back yesterday 💔😭
    I still have her "brother", who is thriving, but he too is missing her... 😔
    I wanted to thank you all for all your help and kind words. 💓

  2. 2 TSBers pass along the fuzzy thanks to Aublovessquirrels:

    island rehabber (11-17-2019), RockyPops (11-17-2019)

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    Default Re: Special needs baby. Possible neurological issues/dwarfism?

    Godspeed little Lucy!

    Go run, and climb, and do all the things you were meant to do. Your brother will meet you at the bridge one day! Then you and he can run and climb together, in the tallest trees!

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    Default Re: Special needs baby. Possible neurological issues/dwarfism?

    Awww...so sorry. What a lucky girl to have you take care of her in her short little life. God speed Lefty Lucy
    redwuff
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    Default Re: Special needs baby. Possible neurological issues/dwarfism?

    So sorry for your loss....it is always a mystery with these special ones. We must enjoy every minute with them because you just never know when....
    Island Rehabber
    NY State Licensed
    Wildlife Rehabilitator


    "Ancora Imparo" (I am still learning)
    Michelangelo


    *
    If you can't afford the vet,
    You can't afford a pet.
    NEGLECT IS ABUSE.

    "Better one day in the trees, than a lifetime in a cage."

    '...and the greatest of these, is Love. '

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