They are so affectionate and loyal, the joyful greeting always so unconditional. Coming across the story of Molly made me so happy to have the opportunity to feature this
Molly was a poorly cared after Labrador retriever. Her owners overfed her causing her to be 30 pounds overweight, but they also failed to realize that she was having an allergic reaction to the food she was given, causing a yeast infection in her body. It resulted in the loss of a great part of her fur which left her skin exposed and resulted in fungus growth which caused a smell that the family simply dealt with by leaving her outside (shameful). The family feeling overwhelmed finally gave her up to a rescue organization (best thing that could have happened to her). On top of the inappropriate care and neglect Molly had endured, her foster family noticed a growth on her neck. It was cancer.
Take Molly’s testimony to realize the importance of being in tune with our bodies. A pet is at the mercy of what we do for them. Our body is at the mercy of what we do for it. Some of the cancer stories I’ve come
across have a commonality among them. The body was manifesting out of the ordinary symptoms. Some of mine were extreme fatigue, (I was notoriously known for my lunch naps at work in addition to needing a nap when I got home despite being in shape and working out 5-6 times a week), GI issues, low grade fevers, etc. I lived like this for years. The Holistic specialists I found ran a battery of lab tests on me. They found several things, including, like Molly, yeast overgrowth! They provided me a month’s worth of natural supplements and placed me on a restrictive diet to restore balance in my body. I reaped the rewards before the month was over! My child is in disbelief, constantly making sure I don’t need a nap. I feel I am now the person I was always meant to be. I can’t believe I went so many years deprived of this physical well-being. I have yet another thing to thank cancer for, leading me to discover the root cause of some of my ailments.
Listen to your body and be proactive about your health! Finding balance will help you to live a more present life.