Sutter Brown, the cancer-stricken dog belonging to Gov. Jerry Brown, has been released from the animal hospital and returned to the Governor’s Mansion.
News that Sutter underwent emergency surgery to remove life-threatening masses has spurred a wave of grief and support for the ailing corgi. California First Lady Anne Gust Brown took to tweeting updates on the dog’s health with #suttercomehome hashtags.
A Monday evening missive was more hopeful. Gust Brown shared a photo of Sutter relaxing on a pillow at home. An @SutterBrown account, whose more than 10,000 followers are regularly treated to images of the dog’s exploits, sent out a photo of the gubernatorial canine relaxing near a pool.
“He rolled in the grass, sniffed all his favorite places and then passed out,” Gust Brown wrote.
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