April 4th 2018
With great sadness I’m sorry to let you guys know that today we had to say goodbye to Flicker.
Over the past week Flickers health deteriorated quite badly and she had lost a lot of weight, she was also becoming more unhappy and tired by the day due to recurring infections and cushings disease.
Despite us trying all kinds of things to encourage her to eat, it was easy to see that Flicker had decided it was too hard to keep on going and it was sad to see her like a shadow of her old self.
Thank you to all the staff and volunteers who made Flickers life at HP so full of love and care.
Rest in Peace Flicker, we love you lots xxxx
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