Heartbroken Ulrika Jonsson has revealed her beloved Bulldog Leo has began chemotherapy.
The previous Gladiators TV presenter, 53, shared an emotional Instagram publish earlier this week after he was just lately identified with most cancers.
Poor Leo is battling Persistent Lymphocytic Leukaemia and Ulrika is chargeable for giving him his treatment.
She up to date her followers on three-year-old Leo’s situation with a tear-jerking publish.
“Right now my boy Leo began chemo. I’ve identified it was coming however disassociated for numerous causes,” Ulrika started.
She added that she has already been by an identical scenario along with her late canine Dexter, who died on the age of 4 simply three years in the past.
“I already misplaced Dexter on the age of 4 – the therapy that was supposed to avoid wasting him, successfully killed him.”
The upset star continued: “I am unable to bear the considered this s**tshow.
“I do know somebody out there may be struggling significantly worse exhibits of s**t. However what are the probabilities that I face shedding a second? Boy.”
Ulrika revealed she was “questioning all the things” over her poorly canine’s situation.
She added: “My feelings are loaded. Weirdly awakened this morning in a very good temper. When does that occur?
“After which when it got here to administering the stuff, I used to be welling up; started to lose my nerve; questioned all the things.”
Nonetheless Ulrika did not need her followers to go away a remark, however thanked them for his or her help.
She continued: “Please do not feel the necessity to remark – I do know you guys care. I do not need empathy. I desire a remedy. However I do know there is not one for him and sooner or later a s**t choice will should be made.”
“For now. Leo, my darling boy: love; good meals and CBD can be at your disposal,” the heartbroken presenter concluded.
Ulrika has additionally rescued bulldogs Nessie and Fella, however revealed over the summer time that 10-year-old Fella has been identified with dementia.
The star revealed that he got here to her with a “mouth stuffed with tumours” in addition to a damaged jaw, arthritis and testicular most cancers.
She wrote in Greatest journal: “Over time, I’ve learnt that he has dementia. He seems to be at me with out recognition typically. Sits and stares at doorways or barks at partitions unprovoked.
“On walks, he can overlook what is occurring, and simply stops, or turns round and insists on getting into the other way. He would not all the time reply to my title – however nonetheless is aware of what a T-R-E-A-T is.”
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