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Kim Zolciak Shares Photo of Son Kash Cuddling With Puppies After Serious Dog Bite

by Jackie Willis 12:27 PM PDT, May 10, 2017
Playing Kim Zolciak Shares Photo of Son Kash Cuddling With Puppies After Serious Dog Bite

Kim Zolciak's son, Kash, still has a lot of love for animals, despite recently being seriously bitten by a dog on his face.

After offering an update on her 4-year-old son's injury in an Instagram post on Tuesday, the 38-year-old reality star also shared a pic of him happily playing with two puppies. "Kash is everything!!!" she captioned the image on her Instagram story.

Photo: Snapchat

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The Don't Be Tardy star also posted a photo of herself smiling on Wednesday, writing: "Happy, Thankful, and Blessed."

Happy, Thankful, and Blessed

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Last month, Kash underwent emergency surgery after being attacked by a dog. "Kash and our entire family want to thank each and everyone of you for all your prayers! Kash has healed up incredibly and has perfect vision in his left eye," Kim wrote on Instagram along with a photo that revealed Kash's serious injuries. "Stitches on his water line, and his eyeball was never touched! God is Good! We are so incredibly thankful and blessed! In no time he will heal up perfectly and you will never know this happened!"

"So thankful to Dr Joseph Williams (chief of plastic surgery) and Dr Berland (Tomas Eye Group) their quick decisions and impeccable work doesn't go unnoticed," she continued. "THANK YOU 💋 Kash has taught me so much through this experience. When life hands you lemons make Lemonade ❤️ #IBelieveInAngels #GodIsSoGood."

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On Sunday's Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Kim also spoke about her son's injuries. “He’s doing great. He actually has perfect vision in both eyes, which is all we care about," she shared. "The rest we can fix.”

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