A Little Prayer for Bitsy

We all have our ups and downs in life. I know I’m not alone. Yesterday was definitely a down day for all of us at Bunny Hill. Bitsy went to the veterinarian to get her teeth cleaned (she had really yucky breath) and she came home with two 3″ incisions in her legs. The vet found some little bumps called Mast Cell tumors and had to remove them. They are cancerous and they they have to remove a large amount around the tumors. In about 3 days we should have the results of her biopsy back and we’ll know if they got it all. To top it off this poor little dog had 3 teeth pulled.

We knew when we took on a 12 year old dog there would be health problems. We took her in because we love her so much. She is amazing! Today she’s been acting as if she never had surgery. She’s a bit stiff, but walking around, barking when the door bell rings, and eating as normal. I took the photo below, after she went in and ate a plate full of tuna from the cats! It’s a sad look of guilt, not pain. She’s never had tuna before so let’s hope it’s OK for dogs. In the second photo she’s cleaning her feet, probably trying to get off the tuna juice. She came home with one of those awful collars that they make pets wear, but she will only need it if she starts to bite at her incisions.


So, I ask all of you to say a little prayer for her. She needs to have a happy old age.

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  • May Britt - I hope little Bitsy will do ok. You are taking good care of her.ReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Poor little Bitzy! Doggy love to her.ReplyCancel

  • Robyn Haas - Yes of course, your sweet bitzy is in my prayers! What a sweet little nose! My big ol’ Alaskan Malamute, Glacier, is sending wet sloppy kisses!ReplyCancel

  • Carol - Howie, Zack and I are sending good thoughts to Bitsy…Good thoughts for you too Anne.ReplyCancel

  • Artful Offerings - Audie and I are sending healing thoughts and prayers to Bitzy and comforting thoughts to you Anne. We hope that Bitzy really enjoyed that tuna she ate :)ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - You can add my thoughts and prayers for Bitsy, and for you and hubby for taking Bitsy into your home and giving her a good life. I’m glad she found you!ReplyCancel

  • from little acorns - Bailey & I want you & Miss Bitsy to know that we are saying prayers every day for her. You were so right when you said that she needs a happy old age. . . & she has that with you & Ross. . . she couldn’t be in a better spot! (& what a great “I just ate all the tuna!” photo! – priceless!)
    Snuggles & licks from Bailley & hugs from me.
    xoxo.ReplyCancel

  • amy - Pepper Gambarkski and Pixie Bamboozled send canine kisses to Bitsy. We’re thinking of you, Bitsy! P.S. I’ll bet the tuna was tasty!ReplyCancel

  • Darlene - Hugs coming Bitsy’s way!ReplyCancel

  • Beth - Oh, poor little Bitsy. Look at that face! I think tuna is ok for doggies.ReplyCancel

  • Rabbit Stitchings - I am thinking and sending good thoughts for you guys and Bitsy…We have been going thru some doggy issues as well, my last couple post on my blog have been about all of it…

    We just love these fur kid so much don’t we…They are such wonderful friends, companions, fur kids :O).ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - Awww. Get well sweet little Bitsy : )
    Your mommy & daddy love you.ReplyCancel

  • The Old Painted Cottage - Anne,

    My heart is with you and your sweet little Bitsy. She’s got the most loving, expressive eyes…what a cutie pie! Give her big hugs for me…

    PS ~ Your blog is sooo cute…I’m going to add you to my fave’s : )

    Jennifer, oxoxReplyCancel

  • Knot Garden - I’m sure it’s okay for dogs to have tuna. If she’s eating she must be feeling better without those bad teeth. Poor little Bitsy, hope she continues to improve.ReplyCancel

  • Deb - This is my first visit to your blog. Bitsy is precious. I was looking through your other posts and read how you found her & the special place she has in your heart (and home). How wonderful you found each other!ReplyCancel