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VickiA

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Hello friends. Mel here. I’m a bit confused about what has happened to me. Yesterday me and Mum went to see the lovely Vet. We stayed there for the day. I went to sleep for a while. And when I woke up my front teeth were gone. I’ve been very brave. My mouth is very sore. I’m having lots of medicine, cuddles and yummy Emeraid. But I have still managed to eat some of my veggies. I think I still like pepper more than I like Emeraid. But Emeraid is lovely. 5FC3B74F-EA71-42F5-A4CD-D5043873CBBB.jpeg
 

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Ahhh hello Mel you brave brave girl. It’s fab to hear from you again as we keep thinking of you here.
Keep taking your yummy medicine & try eating a variety of veggies for mummy. I’m sure your mouth will start to feel bit better soon.
Sending you healing vibes & let us know how you’re getting on. x
 

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Hello all. Mel here. Today I have been trying to eat hay. It’s a bit tricky since my front teeth went. But the foster mum has given me 3 different types of hay to try. Timothy hay is the easiest to eat at the moment cos it’s got big stalks I can get onto my back teeth and chew. The hay rack is also a bit better cos the stalks aren’t flat on the floor. I’m sure we will work it out between us. I’m really trying.
 
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