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Kim Zolciak's 4-year-old son Kash headed home early following dog attack


UPI News Service, 04/25/2017 

Kim Zolciak offered an update on her 4-year-old son Kash announcing on Instagram that he is headed home early from the hospital after suffering injuries from a dog attack.

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"First and fair most THANK YOU for all your prayers, they were heard and Kash is going home today earlier then expected," "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" alum wrote alongside a photo of Kash's older brother, 5-year-old KJ holding his injured hand.

"Thank you for all your comments, tweets, emails and texts," she continued.

"We honestly felt all the positive energy you guys were sending and we couldn't be more grateful. Praying for a full speedy recovery."

Kash was hospitalized Sunday after being attacked by a dog, with Zolciak noting at the time, "The last 14hrs of our life has been a living nightmare."

The reality television star did not detail the incident or identify whose dog had attacked Kash.

The attack also prevented Zolciak from appearing on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" promising fans that she will "do my best to make it up very soon!"



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