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Kim Zolciak Shares New Photo of Son Kash Recovering From Dog Bite: 'His Mental and Emotional State Is Healing'

by Jennifer Drysdale 12:18 PM PDT, May 03, 2017
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Kim Zolciak's son, Kash, is recovering "amazingly" well.

The Don't Be Tardy star took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a throwback pic of the 4-year-old in the hospital, alongside a message thanking fans for their "support and prayers."

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"I am so happy to report that Kash is still recovering and so amazingly!! He is the true definition of a pure innocent child ❀," Zolciak wrote. "The injuries sustained to his skin are healing up perfectly because of his amazing doctors, nurses, modern medicine, my homeopathic treatments, his will and his positive attitude."

Kash was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery on April 23, after sustaining "very traumatic injuries" from a dog bite. Now, however, Zolciak reports that Kash is healing physically and mentally.

"Kroy, I and his doctors are amazed by his progress. 😍Again he will have no physical problems once he is fully healed and we are confident his mental and emotional state is healing back to its original state as well," she continued her Instagram post. "He is just truly amazing. I love spending everyday with him πŸ™Š I could eat him up, (he is still out of school)."

"Thank you again for EVERYONE'S love, support and prayers. They have not gone unnoticed. And I firmly believe they made all the difference. πŸ’‹," she concluded. "P.S. the nurse in this pic Danielle walked the halls with me, reassured me and found me a staircase (I avoid elevators) and was so sweet to us! Thank you Danielle (if you are reading this) πŸ˜‰ GOD is sooo Good!"

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Zolciak has continued to update fans throughout Kash's hospitalization and recovery at home. See more in the video below.

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