Adorable French Bulldog Loses Both Her Eyes But Within Days Her Mom Realizes It Is The Best Thing To Ever Happen To Her

September 07, 2017

If you are anything like me, you probably love dogs. Specifically, you probably love french bulldogs. Who can blame you, right!? They are one of the most adorable dog breeds on the planet and, if you are into cuddling, they are the perfect dog for you. Milly, the little Frenchie in this story, however, had a rough time snuggling or trusting people. When Milly's new mom adopted her, she found out that Milly's last owner had overbred her, causing her to have a genetic defect. This defect caused Milly's eyes to be largely out of proportion to her head, causing her eyes to bulge painfully. Milly's mom, however, was determined to do whatever she could to help Milly feel better.

Milly's mom knew that the pup wanted to cuddle and play but was unable to because of the discomfort in her eyes and head. Due to the pressure, one of Milly's eyes burst one afternoon, and her mom had to take her to the vet. After much deliberation, Milly's mom decided it best to have both of Milly's eyes removed to avoid further infection. Milly's mother was heartbroken but knew it was for the best. After the surgery, Milly's mom brought her home to recover. Within days, Milly's mom knew she had made the right decision because Milly's personality totally changed.

Instead of being timid and fearful, Milly is now running around with the biggest smile on her face. By having her eyes removed, the pressure and pain in her head is completely gone, giving her the freedom to enjoy life to the fullest. Milly does not care that she is blind, she only cares about having fun with her mom and doggie siblings. Despite her rough start, Milly is now the liveliest Frenchie you will ever meet. It is hard not to smile when you see just how happy Milly truly is. Watch the video, below, to see Milly's smile for yourself!

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