An Update On Jack (and answered prayer)

On Tuesday, June 6, our little dog, Jack, was attacked in our front yard by a roaming pit bull mix (I despise that dog). On June 7, the day after, I published a post entitled “Praying for an Animal” and addressed the biblical reasons for doing so.

Here are some photos of how bad he was messed up.

Jack had approximately 15 puncture wounds, a couple of which went into the muscle – these were the most troubling.

There was so much damage that drain tubes had to be inserted all over his little body so that fluid could drain. He had multiple staples holding his wounds together.

Most concerning was his back, because it was there that the skin was literally pulled away from the muscle beneath. Between that and the punctured muscle, the vet warned us this might not end well.

However, despite how crazy it might have seemed, the evening of the 7th we prayed for Jack, even anointing his little furry head with oil. Want to know what happened next?

The first thing Thursday morning the 8th Jack was sitting up and wanting to play with his favorite toy, a chewed-up cheetah!

Now, just a week and four days later…today…in our back yard…I filmed a camera-shy little Jack. You judge for yourself whether or not God answered our prayers.

Thank you, everybody, for your kind thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes. I believe Jack is going to be fine πŸ™‚

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5 responses to “An Update On Jack (and answered prayer)

  1. Oh man! I missed that one, sorry, but YEA!!!!!!!! Love that you prayed and anointed with oil. God knows the sparrows, and I’m hard pressed to not believe our dogs are not somehow going to be around. (Okay, maybe not that pit bull???) Oh well, not a theologian.

  2. hope855

    Yayyyy, Jack!!! πŸ™‚

  3. Praise Jesus. He cares for His entire creation. He cares a great deal for people, as we are created in His image, so He cares for the pets people are fond of.

  4. roy cavender

    Praise God

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