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Tripawds
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The world's largest community for animal amputees and their humans.
The world's largest community for animal amputees and their humans.

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“we’re getting near the end of our scheduled therapy – so everyone is getting excited.” #Tripawd http://buff.ly/2t6Vum0
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“As you can see Purrkins isn’t worried about a thing!” #TriKitty #Tripawd http://buff.ly/2ubs0IJ
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“I found Tripawds.com and everything changed. ” #Tripawd http://buff.ly/2u6xTpE
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“She even feels well enough now that she asks to go to the park in the morning, just as she used to” #Tripawd http://buff.ly/2uKaGHP
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Nemo my tripawd
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Our sweet boy, Sawyer, is 4 months cancer free today!!!
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We lost our our beautiful Henry last night. An amputation just over 1 year ago. He fought hard so hard and outlived his initial diagnosis. Rest easy gorgeous boy 2004-2017 RIP 🌈🐶💕
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Dear fellow Tripawds,
My mommy tells me that there is gunna be a new kitten coming home in a week for grandma i dont know how I feel about this, I mean I am the king of this castle after all. But she tells me it will be fine that we will be best buddies, I guess what I'm getting at here is I need some advice on how and what to do with a new kitten in MY home, how have my other tripawd family handled introducing a new furbaby into the home? I'm plenty use to the dogs but I've never really been around other cats espically kittens before. So any advice would be gratefully appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Rocky Stubs White
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Our precious baby had his leg amputated yesterday, a very rough night we had but today he is up and walking, I'm so happy. Thanks for this wonderful group that is going thru the same experiences we have.
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Thank you so much for the bandana and note you sent us. It means so much! When our dog Echo was diagnosed with osteosarcoma on March 17th, we didn't even consider amputation until Echo's wonderful Dr. recommended your site. Thank you for all you do!! Echo has one more round of chemo and we hope to enjoy him for much longer. It's incredible how well he's adapted as a Tripawd. If we had to make the amputation decision again, we would do it all over. To see him pain free and happy is such a gift. Your site has helped so much!!!
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